No man in the middle for Twitter

Just this week, Twitter enabled HTTPs (SSL encryption) by default. That means users can now tweet over public Wifi without being intercepted by man-in-the-middle attacks.

"HTTPS is one of the best ways to keep your account safe and it will only get better as we continue to improve HTTPS support on our web and mobile clients," said Twitter in a blog post.

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Posted on Sunday 19 February 2012 by

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