From Access: Yahoo! bolsters privacy with global HTTPS support

From Kabissa blogs Fri Jan 11 2013, 00:17:06

Many Kabissa members still rely on Yahoo for their email, and whether you knew it or not your connection was not securely encrypted.. until now. Read on to learn more from Access, a self-proclaimed "new global movement for digital freedom" that is well worth following.

Yahoo! bolsters privacy with global HTTPS support

2:19pm | 4 January 2013 | by Peter Micek

Access is encouraged to see that Yahoo! is now supporting HTTPS globally for its mail and messaging services, an important and overdue step for the security and privacy of its users. Pending technical analysis of its implementation, we believe this decision by Yahoo! responds to some of the concerns raised by civil society and security experts, and signals a continuing strengthening of their services' privacy protections.

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