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Google moves every Blogspot domain to HTTPS
Now your feline photo essays will be a little more secure.
Chrome's latest tool checks your website's security
It will help developers get the highly sought green HTTPS lock.
Gmail will soon warn you when an unencrypted message arrives
Gmail will soon let you know when you receive a message from an unencrypted email server.
Chrome shows sites with minor security issues as totally insecure
Google hopes the change will encourage sites to switch to HTTPS sooner than later.
Russia bans all of Reddit over a single 'shroom thread
Reddit joins a rapidly growing list of websites the Russian people are not allowed to see.
Reddit announces it will encrypt site traffic data
Following the lead of Google, Wikipedia and Facebook, Reddit announced on Wednesday that it will b...
Wikipedia's secure pages stop others from tracking your fact finding
You may not think that the security of your Wikipedia research is a big deal, but it can be. You d...
US government wants a single website security standard
We've known that most of the government's anonymous tiplines aren't secure, and Uncle Sam is imple...