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2018-02-28 | Alexa Top 1 Million Analysis, Burglary as a service, and How developers got password security so wrong

Wednesday, February 28


  • Scott Helme published his 6th installment of progress on securing the web over the last 6 months in Alexa Top 1 Million Analysis - February 2018.  Read the summary for good high-level updates, one point to highlight: there has been a 32.2% increase in the number of sites redirecting to and enforcing HTTPS in the Alexa Top 1 Million. #maketheinternetsafer


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