- How Governments Can Identify Weaknesses in Their Country’s Internet ()
Decision-makers and advocates can use Pulse to identify weaknesses in their local Internet ecosystem and make evidence-based, public policy decisions to address these.
- HTTPS is (Almost) Everywhere So Goodbye HTTPS Everywhere! ()
The latest development in the HTTPS deployment success story has seen the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) declare “Victory!” and move on. EFF have announced that because HTTPS is actually everywhere, the HTTPS Everywhere browser plug-in is no longer needed and they are preparing for its deprecation. After the end of this year, the browser extension […]
- The Future of Web Browsing Coming to Firefox 83 ()
In a recent blog post, Mozilla announced the introduction of a new feature coming to Firefox in version 83 that allows users to enable always-on security for their web browsing. By enabling HTTPS-only mode, users can be confident that their browsing is always secure from eavesdroppers. When this new mode is enabled, Firefox will attempt […]
- HTTP/3 Adoption Made Easier by Apple ()
Apple’s iOS 14 release (and upcoming MacOS 11 release) has included client support for HTTPS records, allowing connections to be upgraded to QUIC when the HTTP/3 parameter is returned in the DNS record. Apple has reported that so far, of the population that has manually enabled HTTP/3 on iOS 14, 8% of the QUIC connections had […]