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Slight paranoia: Firefox switching to HTTPS Google search by default paranoia.dubfire.net
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A few days ago, Mozilla's developers quietly enabled Google's HTTPS encrypted search as the default search service for the "nightly" developer trunk of the Firefox browser (it will actually use the SPDY protocol). This change should reach regular users at some point in the next few months. This is a big deal for the 25% or so of Internet users who use Firefox to browse the web, bringing major improvements in privacy and security. Continue Reading

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