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Facebook Puts HTTPS Security Guard on Full-Time Duty

January 28, 2011 No Comments

Facebook says it will beef up its user security policy by enabling full use of encrypted HTTPS connections, rather than just encrypting data when the user signs on to the service. The feature will roll out on an opt-in basis. The social network will also make use of a more personal approach to CAPTCHAS, asking users to identify photos of friends rather than a set of sloppy numbers and letters.

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