Facebook Finally Enables HTTPS By Default

Naked Security, Monday, November 19, 2012 10:24 AM
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Facebook has enabled HTTPS by default. Shireesh Asthana tells us in a blog post that the company will move to HTTPS for all users. Graham Cluley takes us through the steps needed to secure searches and activity on the site for those who don't have it and can't wait for Facebook to roll it out in their area. Cluley tells us that Facebook users can find the setting in "Account settings/Security" to enable secure browsing.

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