HTTPS

We are happy to announce that all LiveJournal pages work via HTTPS from now.

Use of encryption protects user cookies and transmitted data. LiveJournal got A+ for HTTPS support by the Qualysys test service.

Preparing for moving to a secure protocol took more than six months, we tried to foresee all possible difficulties and make moving process technologically inconspicuous for users.  Images stored on third-party hosts that do not support the HTTPS protocol for security purposes are now loading through secure proxy.

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