Keep Your Mac Safe from Web Security Flaws

This year there have been numerous reports suggesting that the fundamental security infrastructure of the Web is on shaky ground. In March we heard about a collection of stolen security certificates, and in August the release of more than 500 improperly issued certificates came to light.

Whenever you connect to a secure Internet site, your computer and the remote server need to exchange a strong encryption key in order to prevent eavesdropping by third parties. It’s a clever jig performed hundreds of billions of times a day among hundreds of millions of programs and servers—but the web of trust that makes it work is in peril like never before.

The good news is that changes are afoot to make connections safer than they’ve ever been. But until browser and operating system makers fix the teetering system, you can take some matters in your own hands to improve your own security.

Safety first

Yes, 100% true. All the advises you get in most sites are general and much of them are analyzed by hackers how to fix. So you have to find your own way to manage your things in web like constructing strong password, resetting frequently. Otherwise whatever you are going to suffer can't be blamed to anyone.

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