WordPress.com, the paid side of WordPress, has started to utilize the Let's Encrypt project to enable HTTPS for all of the websites with custom domains that are hosted on the service.
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Microsoft Q4 FY2016 results: cloud up, Surface up, phone down
Insider build 14393.3 for PC and Mobile released to Fast ring
Expanding mobile photography with Aukey's wide-angle lenses
Microsoft isn't saying how many phones it sold last quarter
Xbox Live users up 33%, but Xbox hardware revenue down 33%
Huawei's MateBook goes toe-to-toe with Surface
In a move to improve email security, Gmail will be implementing a new feature that warns a user if an incoming email is unencrypted. The feature will roll out in the months to come.
In a long awaited move by Plex users, the media-streaming software provider has announced a partnership with DigiCert to provide free SSL streaming to all Plex Media Server users.
In a surprising turn of events, Microsoft's PowerShell team announced that the company will begin incorporating OpenSSH into Windows, in addition to contributing back to the Open Source project.
Microsoft has posted an alert saying that they have revoked an improperly issued SSL certificate that could have impacted all version of Windows but automatic updates should take care of the issue.
SSL certificates exist to increase security and prevent snooping on your browsing sessions. Gogo believes you shouldn't have that and appears to be intentionally performing MITM attacks on its users.
Google researchers released a paper that describes how SSLv3 can be compromised to steal sensitive information, pretty much forcing all webservers to only support the newer TLS protocols.
A hotel booking site allowed anyone to view its customers' data by simply changing a booking reference number in the address bar, and ignored repeated warnings from a security expert about the issue.
A new report from the Sucuri security firm claims most of the top visited websites have now closed the OpenSSL "Heartbleed" exploit, but over 20,000 of the top 1 million sites are still vunerable.
Abyss Web Server enables you to host your Web sites on your computer. It supports secure SSL/TLS connections (HTTPS) as well as a wide range of Web technologies.
Significant flaw revealed in Apple iOS, and potentially also affecting Apple OSX Mavericks
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