Wikipedia now uses HTTPS to stop people snooping on your binge learning

The world’s biggest online encyclopedia finally uses HTTPS to encrypt your connection, so you can learn anything you want without people being able to snoop on your browsing. As of today, all Wikimedia sites are encrypted using HTTPS in addition to implementing HTTP Strict Transport Security protection for users. HTTPS isn’t exactly new to the services, but it wasn’t enabled by default until now. This means when you visit the site, you’ll see the green lock in your address bar, confirming you’re in the right place and on a secure connection. On its blog today, the organization said that the process…

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