Mozilla Aims to Limit Access to Unencrypted Sites

Posted by Niall Mackey on May 11, 2015 2:00:00 PM

Changes in security are constantly evolving in the world of the internet. This time, it’s a web browser company that is making a splash in the water in recent tech news.

Mozilla, the company that created the web browser Firefox, has made a policy announcement that will affect several websites.

What’s the announcement? Mozilla wants to “phase out” websites that do not use the secure SSL or TLS protocols. Naturally, web developers are up in arms with this decision as many of their sites may not be able to be accesses by Firefox.

“Today we are announcing our intent to phase out non-secure HTTP,” said Firefox Security Lead Richard Barnes on their website.

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Why is email continuity critical for productivity in business?

Posted by Niall Mackey on Dec 29, 2014 9:22:00 AM

Emergency_Room_SignThe foundation of any company – large or small – would be seriously undermined in the absence of electronic communications. Email is the lifeblood by which companies generally interact with their client base, cultivate relationships, make sales, and conduct business deals in our current digital age. Sever that lifeblood line and what happens? The organism that is the business suffers tremendous setbacks in terms of production and income. 

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