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Google Will Soon Start Shaming All Sites That Don't Use HTTPS As 'Not Secure'

HTTPS, or the secure version of the ubiquitous Hyper Text Transfer Protocol, can't solve every problem when it comes to online security. As far as preventative measures go, however, it's relatively cheap to implement and serves as a strong baseline before tackling other, more difficult issues. More »      
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