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Encrypt your browser traffic with the EFF's HTTPS Everywhere Firefox Extension

If you're concerned about online privacy, and don't like the thought of your ISP capturing the content of your browser traffic, then you should access your favorite websites via https whenever possible. Enter the EFF's HTTPS Everywhere Firefox Extension, which ensures that you are accessing sites like Google search, Wikipedia, and Facebook securely whenever possible.

Get it at https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2010/06/encrypt-web-https-everywhere-firefox-extension