chrishoffman at February 10th, 2014 06:40 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/181767/htg-explains-what-is-https-and-why-should-i-care/
HTTPS, the lock icon in the address bar, an encrypted website connection — it’s known as many things. Knowing what it means is important, as it has serious implications banking online, shopping, and avoiding phishing.
ycheneye at February 10th, 2014 17:00 — #2
Someone wrote this on a wiki. What does it mean? "Truly HTTPS"?
On Google play links, we don't want to use https. Very few things on the wiki are truly https and we want them to be highlighted as a secure link. As you stated on your edit, Google will redirect to a secure link.
moonwink at February 10th, 2014 23:11 — #3
I've been using HTTPS Everywhere with Firefox. developed by eff. It tries to force all your browsing connection to HTTPS if it's available.
There's a version for Firefox, Chrome, and Opera.
system at February 20th, 2014 06:40 — #4
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