Episode 632 – DuckDuckGo Expands Automatic Encrypting Websites For You

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Browsing the Internet securely is very important. Making sure websites are using HTTPS yourself is not something anyone can do reliably. This episode talks about a new feature DuckDuckGo released to help users always use HTTPS when browsing.

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