4 out of 5 apps put your data out without giving a damn.
Added about 2 years ago | As appeared first on arstechnica.com | Author: Robert Lemos
The amount of personal data traveling to and from the Internet has exploded, yet many applications and services continue to put user information at risk by not encrypting data sent over wireless networks. Software engineer Tony Webster has a classic solution—shame. Webster decided to see if a little public humiliation could convince companies to better secure their customers' information. On Saturday, the consultant created a website, HTTP Shaming, and began posting cases of insecure communi... Continue reading on arstechnica.com
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