• Yahoo turning on SSL

    Yahoo is jumping on the SSL bandwagon to help secure their users’ email.

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  • Facebook Steps up SSL Game

    A year and a half ago, I wrote a blog, Nice Try Facebook. This was my response to Facebook’s turning on of HTTPS for users. Probably a response to mitigate the new Firesheep attack. (BTW, happy second birthday Firesheep; more than 2.4 million downloads in two years.) My issue with Facebook was the HTTPS feature was off by default. Users

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  • Happy Birthday, Firesheep!

    It’s been a whole year since Firesheep was released. One year old and more than 1.9 million downloads of the Firefox plugin that allows an attacker to take over improperly secured accounts when accessed from a Wi-Fi hotspot. The solution to the problem is website operators need to secure everything in the session starting from the login. Some big websites

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  • HTTPS Now

    Do you want to make the Internet a safer place? Maybe this is something for you. Internet activists, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Access have teamed to launch HTTPS Now, an international campaign aimed at soliciting consumers to help make web surfing safer. HTTPS Now comprises three initiatives: Individuals are encouraged to use HTTPS Everywhere, a security tool for Firefox

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  • Happy Birthday, Firesheep!

    It’s been a whole year since Firesheep was released. One year old and more than 1.9 million downloads of the Firefox plugin that allows an attacker to take over improperly secured accounts when accessed from a Wi-Fi hotspot. The solution to the problem is website operators need to secure everything in the session starting from the login. Some big websites

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • HTTPS Now

    Do you want to make the Internet a safer place? Maybe this is something for you. Internet activists, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Access have teamed to launch HTTPS Now, an international campaign aimed at soliciting consumers to help make web surfing safer. HTTPS Now comprises three initiatives: Individuals are encouraged to use HTTPS Everywhere, a security tool for Firefox

        in Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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