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Last year, a Googler named Dr. Elie Bursztein noticed that Apple's App Store protocols were using HTTP where HTTPS would have been much better.
Some time later, Apple has changed its ways.
Paul Ducklin explains why it matters...
It has taken Yahoo a ridiculously long time, but it is finally rolling out an option that will help protect users' privacy when accessing their web-based email - HTTPS.
Mike Wood a Senior Threat Researcher with SophosLabs is Chet's guest. They discuss the upcoming Patch Tuesday, the new Firesheep and go in depth on the recent troubles at certificate authority DigiNotar.
You've heard of hijacking. And carjacking, truckjacking and shipjacking. You've probably also heard of sidejacking, sheepjacking and clickjacking.
That's nothing. Here comes juicejacking!
Is there an easy way for free WiFi providers to restrict the damage Firesheep can do? We thought so, but it turns out not to be quite so easy after all.