Twitter turns on SSL encryption security
Twitter is slowly turning on automatic encryption on its website, a move following other major providers of web-based services to thwart account hijacking over wireless networks.
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#1 Aug 26, 2011
Some users have reported trouble in using TweetDeck, an application used to post messages to Twitter and organize other streams of messages from the micro blogging service. Users see a message saying that a SSLCertificate issued by Equifax to "*.twitter.com" has expired and/or is invalid.
Since: Feb 11
#2 Aug 26, 2011
Twitter is having trouble again with a digital certificate that secures communications to its Web site, which has been causing trouble for third-party applications that integrate with it, but the problem may have been fixed.
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