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That address range is reserved for "Self Assigned" addresses. So for example if your network settings on your device are configured to 'DHCP' but for whatever reason you are not able to get a DHCP ad …
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You might be interested in the HTTPS Everywhere project from EFF. HTTPS Everywhere is a Firefox and Chrome extension that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making your brows …
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The information you are looking for is easily available in Chrome (v35). Just click on the lock icon in the browser location bar and the cipher suite details are there. But you asked about Safari. C …
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