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HTTPS Everywhere For Google Chrome

HTTPS Everywhere, the security add-on for Firefox that protect user’s login details by encrypting their web communication, has released a Chrome version. HTTPS Everywhere for Chrome (alpha development releases) support Google Chrome version 18 or higher, which you can presently install as a "dev channel”.

HTTPS Everywhere supports a number of major websites including Facebook, Twitter, Hotmail, Dropbox, Amazon AWS and Evernote that support a secure HTTPS connection.

Many sites on the web offer some limited support for encryption over HTTPS, for example Facebook, but make it difficult to use. HTTPS Everywhere extension fixes these problems by rewriting all requests to these sites to HTTPS.

Users can get more details about HTTPS Everywhere and install the add-on for Chrome (also, Firefox) from developer’s website here.


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