SeaSurf 1.4 for Android released – a more secure way to browse the web


SeaSurf for Android has been updated to version 1.4 and I highly recommend you update to this version as soon as possible: it adds a new security feature to SeaSurf which many of you, including web developers, may find important.

A security tip: never enter sensitive information on websites that don’t begin with https. The reason being is that non-https websites are insecure and may not use your data in the way it says it might.

SeaSurf For Android now checks websites to see whether the connection is https or not. It will display the message “Secure Connection” in the toolbar if the connection is secure, and “Insecure Connection” if the connection is not secure. It replaces the toolbar clock and should work correctly. If not, leave feedback in the comments!



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