by George Lucian Petre, on 19 July 2011
6 months after the introduction of SSL support when browsing on Facebook, sections of several major organizations’ pages & most popular applications on this platform still require users to switch to an unsecure connection.
George Lucian Petre
Product Manager - Social Media Security
On Jul.19.2011 11:34
Mincu Matei said
excelenta treaba! felicitări!
On Jul.19.2011 20:00
Veronica Williams said
I am investigating security as a whole. Is it possible we are fighting security from the wrong end of the gun? In general our protocols, standards rules in general all leave security to to be fought by our house pets not the strategic forces required to defend anything.
On Sep.20.2011 23:55
Rick Kirschbrown said
Anyone can add an SSL Certificate to their Facebook Fan Page ... takes less than an hour ... we've written a 26 page eBook that describes the process step-by-step ... free download, no optin, email or Like required ... here's the link: http://bit.ly/nCbInn ... enjoy ...
On Sep.26.2011 14:35
On Nov.14.2011 05:46
Synthetic Urine said
If you use Firefox, download HTTPS Everywhere from eff.org and also grab ADBlock and you'll have FULL SSL Support in Facebook. Once installed you'll need to enable Facebook from HTTPS Everywhere, as it's not turned on by default.