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Posts Tagged: Google Chrome

SSL 3.0 Isn’t As Safe As You Think, But Google Has It’s Users Taken Care Of

SSL 3.0 Isn’t As Safe As You Think, But Google Has It’s Users Taken Care Of

October 16, 2014

When you surf the web, you’re doing a bunch of different things at the same time that you might not be aware of. You’re sending and receiving massive amounts of data between multiple servers. That means that the same thing is happening whether you’re surfing for business or pleasure. This can be a scary thought […]

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Are Your Security Settings At Risk By Using Chrome?

Are Your Security Settings At Risk By Using Chrome?

February 3, 2014

It is never easier having something taken from you. There are certain things that you expect to be kept safe from harm or prying eyes. Take your software for example. When using software from other companies, such as web browsers, you expect it to be relatively secure when dealing with personal information or settings. Not […]

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Firefox Forcing Secure Connections on Certain Websites

Firefox Forcing Secure Connections on Certain Websites

November 15, 2012

Mozilla recently introduced a pre-loaded list of domains for Firefox that can only be connected to securely in order to help protect the privacy and security of Firefox users. Mozilla is using HSTS in order to force secure connections between the browser and a server. HSTS, or HTTP Strict Transport Security, is a mechanism used by servers […]

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How Changing Internet Browsers Can Increase Cyber Security

How Changing Internet Browsers Can Increase Cyber Security

October 4, 2012

While no internet browser out there can offer you complete and total security, you could increase your protection by switching your browser, especially if you change to one that is less well known than others. In addition to that, deciding to use one browser for highly sensitive tasks and using another one for everyday web […]

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