You go to connect to a website at an HTTPS address. When it can’t establish the secure connection you expect, your browser warns you. What do you do next?
Apps which allow you to check for updates and use Sparkle to download and install updates should all now be updated to use secure connections. Are yours?
With new vulnerabilities to be disclosed in secure web (HTTPS) connections, could these be officially exploited in UK government snooping?
In-app update systems can be vulnerable to attack, if they do not use secure connections throughout.
Nearly one in five websites fails to offer robust secure connections. Isn’t it time to do something about this, to prevent problems?
Could your HTTPS and VPN be so easy to crack that a well-prepared hacker could open your secure connections?
When redirected to PayPal to make a payment, Safari does not show the padlock symbol indicating a secure connection. Am I being hijacked?
Most of our financial and personal transactions should be protected by secure Internet connections. A year on, how has the Heartbleed bug changed this?