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I'm the Information Security Manager at Janet and through this blog I'll be sharing some of my experiences, ideas and thoughts on information security topics.

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HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) allows a site to specify that not only should all future references and requests to the site use HTTPS rather than HTTP, but that if any failures to encrypt traffic to or from the site occur, access to the site should be completely blocked by the browser. Even with manual intervention, the user is unable to click past the errors and continue to the site.

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