TrackerSSL is a Google Chrome Extension that lets you know who is tracking you, and whether or not that tracking could be done more securely. The extension monitors all third party connections made by the websites you visit. It lets you know what percentage of third party trackers on a given page could support secure transmission of your web browsing habits, if the web page itself was only served securely through HTTPS.
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Fitness trackers put users’ health data at risk, study suggests. www.thestar.com/news/privacy-b… cc @citizenlab #privacy #fitness #security
RT @RonDeibert: Some Serious Security and Privacy Issues with Fitness Trackers... twitter.com/citizenlab/status/…
A first look at our report, Every Step you Fake: A Comparative Analysis of Fitness Tracker Privacy and Security. openeffect.ca/fitness-tracker-…
RT @CBCNews: Some fitness trackers vulnerable to monitoring, U of T study finds ift.tt/1KnadB0 pic.twitter.com/36ttO0IqNS
RT @DEEP_IDRC: Two Case Studies in Digital Privacy, Access & Security, by Andrew Hilts pic.twitter.com/Bo79IbV1x5