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Results of internet SSL usage published by SSL Labs

Ivan Ristic (of modsecurity fame) has published the results of an evaluation against over 900,000 websites supporting SSL. The goal of this evaluation was to see how people really use/misuse ssl in the wild, as well as report on the usage of browser protections such as the Secure cookie flag, and Strict-Transport-Security.

Details can be found at http://blog.ivanristic.com/Qualys_SSL_Labs-A_Study_of_Really_Breaks_SSL-HITB_Amsterdam_2011.pdf


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The URL is broken, should be - http://blog.ivanristic.com/Qualys_SSL_Labs-A_Study_of_Really_Breaks_SSL-HITB_Amsterdam_2011.pdf


Thank you for letting me know :)