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HTTPS Everywhere Version 5: Sixteen New Languages and Thousands of New Rules

Apr 03, 2015, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])

HTTPS Everywhere is a browser extension that improves your privacy and security when using the web by sending you to the HTTPS-secured version of web sites listed in its rules. Ideally, every site on the web would provide HTTPS by default, and we are moving rapidly towards that ideal. But today many sites offer HTTPS only as an afterthought, and don't send their users there by default. Security-minded users can install HTTPS Everywhere to secure their connection on all of these sites.

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