Web giants encrypt their services—but leaks remain

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has published a chart that shows which major Internet services support SSL and other security “best practices,” including encrypted data center links, perfect forward secrecy, and encrypted communications with other providers’ e-mail services. Eight major Internet companies—Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Twitter, Facebook, Dropbox, Sonic.net, and SpiderOak—have implemented or are in the process of implementing all of EFF’s recommended security practices.

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