Look at all of these passwords!

Tuesday, 22 August 2006, 12:53 PM EST

If you use any number of popular web forums or even some commercial services like classmates.com, amazon.com, netzero.com or your provider's webmail service, you may not be aware that you're sending your credentials over the internet in the clear.

Some sites appear to secure your credentials, but they really don't. Some offer SSL sign-ins, but don't make them the default. Others don't even make an attempt to use proper SSL encryption or any attempt to obscure the credentials.

At blogs.ittoolbox.com

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