Google started to label all non-HTTPS sites as “Not Secure.” If you have encountered such sites, this shows how to find out if it’s secure and what you should do.
The Google Chrome web browser is going to start warning its users when it hits a site that is still HTTP.
Google is going to make it easier for us to find out which pages are secure. All unencrypted pages in Chrome that are not HTTPS will be marked as “not secure.”
Since 2007 the ubiquity of “https://” in URLs has increased almost exponentially. Is using HTTPS everywhere necessarily a good thing?
With Google placing more emphasis on HTTPS sites, it’s more important to add SSL to your site. Here’s how you can get SSL for free for your WordPress site.
If you have a website and are keen to implement SSL, Let’s Encrypt is a great option. Here’s how to set up Let’s Encrypt in a Nginx Ubuntu server.
Google has recently announced that they are now giving more priority to websites with HTTPS encryption. Does this make you feel more secure using Google?
When the news that the NSA are keeping records of your phone calls and web data transfers broke out, people start to worry if they are really safe online and some of them switched to Tor to protect their privacy online. The question is, is Tor really safe? Does it really protect you from the NSA’s clutches?
You probably have seen both HTTP and HTTPS appearing in the url and are wondering what they are. In this article, we explain the differences between HTTP and HTTPS and what you should look out for in a supposedly secure site.
Even though we discussed a lot about Gmail, Hotmail is still the leading email service in term of users. Gmail has introduced many security functions to secure the accounts of the people. Microsoft has also been doing great with Hotmail security but the features have largely been untold and silently integrated with Hotmail. Here, we […]
In case you are not aware, Firesheep is a new Firefox extension that allows anyone to become a hacker instantly. With it installed, anyone can sniff in an open unsecured network the cookies of other computers. With these cookies, the hacker can get into the other party’s accounts (be it Facebook, Twitter or any other […]