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Not long ago, phishing attacks were fairly easy for the average Internet user to spot: Full of grammatical and spelling errors, and linking to phony bank or email logins at unencrypted (http:// vs. https://) Web pages. Increasingly, however, phishers are upping their game, polishing their copy and hosting scam pages over https:// connections — complete […]

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Certificate authority Let’s Encrypt accidentally disclosed the email addresses of several thousand of its users this weekend. Josh Aas, Executive Director for the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG), the nonprofit group that helped launch the CA, apologized for the error on Saturday. In what Let’s Encrypt dubbed a preliminary report posted shortly after it happened, […]

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Bitly processes data associated with more than 12 billion clicks per month, leading to massive troves of intelligence. Now, they’re partnering with Let’s Encrypt to generate SSL certificates for more than 40,000 Bitly branded domains used to create links and share content across the channels, devices, and networks. All newly created HTTPS links will have […]

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