A few months aho Google announced Gmail would switch to a default https connection, increasing protection against sniffing and any other network related threat. It was great news, even though the SLL was already available, Google made it the default option for users.
Nowadays all over the world millions of Facebook users get connected via standard http, keeping themselves quite vulnerable to sniffing or man in the middle type of exploits. Is there any way to switch to a safer connection making our Facebook login a bit more secure?
Just type https://facebook.com when logging in and your connection will pass through SLL encoding, making it safer: your machine will exchange a key with the facebook server through which all date will be encoded.
This means the secure socket layer connection s already availbale: how long should users wait for it to become the default connection in Facebook?