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I am a fun-loving browser extension for Firefox, Chrome, and Opera. SSL Added and Added Here :-). Tweets are my own, not those of my creators!
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HTTPS Everywhere May 13
Release 2019.5.13 is out! This patch release fixes translations issues (apologies for any confusion for our translation community!) and stable rules issues. Thank you for your patience and feedback!
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HTTPS Everywhere May 6
Release 2019.5.6.1 is out! This mainly addresses the "corrupt file" error for offline releases, some UI tweaks, and major bugs that occurred from last week's release. Thank you for your patience!
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HTTPS Everywhere May 4
Correction to previous tweet: "There was an issue that stemmed from the 2019.5.2.1 release for the offline Firefox install. A patch is planned for release tomorrow for that issue in particular (not related to the Firefox bug)" A patch is planned for release Monday 2019.5.6
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HTTPS Everywhere May 4
Replying to @HTTPSEverywhere
There was an issue that stemmed from the 2019.5.2.1 release for the offline Firefox install. A patch is planned for release tomorrow for that issue in particular (not related to the Firefox bug).
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HTTPS Everywhere May 4
For clarification between the Firefox issue with disabled add-ons & HTTPS Everywhere. Please refer to this issue as stated by the Firefox team
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Firefox 🔥 May 4
Replying to @firefox
Update! A fix is being rolled out now. More details here:
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Firefox 🔥 May 3
So sorry for the issue we’re having with add-ons right now! We’re working hard to fix it and will keep you updated.
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HTTPS Everywhere May 2
Brand new look, same promise to work hard to keep you encrypted while browsing the web. Release 2019.5.2.1 for HTTPS Everywhere is out for Firefox, Chrome, and Tor Browser
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HTTPS Everywhere Apr 10
Replying to @tapper82
Hello, sincerest apologies. Can you try this Google survey that is copied from the one posted? I hope this is more accessible for you. Do let us know.
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HTTPS Everywhere Apr 9
Please take part in this survey on HTTPS Everywhere. This will help with future UX/UI. Thank you in advance!
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HTTPS Everywhere Mar 14
Are you a web developer or site administrator (this often happens to be the same person 😁) who wants to fix your site's bad SSL configuration and not sure where to start? Or how? Visit our documentation here to get started
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Bill AbolishICEbutForReal Budington 🏴 Feb 25
A nice side-effect of using in EASE (Encrypt All Sites Eligible) mode: HSTS supercookies won't work! Since HTTPS upgrade is *always* attempted, a tracking page reading subdomain HTTP->S redirect statuses gets all 1s instead of a uid! See
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HTTPS Everywhere Feb 1
Replying to @SaltLake_Tech
A Github issue was opened to discuss this. We go over potential impacts here:
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HTTPS Everywhere Jan 31
A new release for HTTPS Everywhere is out (2019.1.31)! This release was made possible by our awesome and hardworking contributors who helped with patches to our Encrypt All Sites Eligible (EASE Mode), formerly known as "Block all unencrypted requests"
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HTTPS Everywhere Jan 31
Bob Lord shouts out HTTPS Everywhere . Photo credit: Stuart Schechter
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EFF Jan 31
We're hiring! Learn more about why EFF is a great place to work, from terrific benefits including housing and student loan reimbursement to a commitment to diversity—and we're changing the world through impact litigation, technology, and activism.
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HTTPS Everywhere Jan 8
A new release for HTTPS Everywhere is out (2019.1.7)! This was a release with minor updates and improvements for ruleset testing. See how you can contribute to our rulesets!
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EFF Dec 13
Even as more and more sites support HTTPS, continues to be an important tool in your toolbox for keeping yourself safe on the world wide web. Here’s why.
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HTTPS Everywhere Sep 19
Our latest release of HTTPS Everywhere, 2018.9.19, allows you to disable the extension on particular sites. This can come in handy if you have the "Block all unencrypted requests" option on, but a site you visit only has HTTP. Changelog:
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HTTPS Everywhere Aug 23
When upgrading to HTTPS Everywhere 2018.8.22 on Firefox 57+, users are displayed a frightening warning that the addon will "Access your data for all websites." This misleading warning results from a new feature that blocks FTP in some cases. Info:
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