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Hypotheses plays the security card with the “HTTPS” protocol

When you are browsing the Internet, different protocols enable your browser (Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, etc.) to communicate with the server that hosts the websites you wish to consult. Until recently, it was usually an HTTP protocol. However, this protocol does not guarantee optimal security in terms of the confidentiality of the data that you receive and send when you are browsing the Internet. Continue reading Hypotheses plays the security card with the “HTTPS” protocol

François Pacaud

Responsable du service blogging scientifique / Head of science blogging department (Cléo/OpenEdition)

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How to change your Hypotheses account password

Hypotheses uses every means available to provide the platform and its bloggers a maximum security. As a user of the platform, you have a role to play in this security, notably by choosing a secure password for your account. Continue reading How to change your Hypotheses account password

Marion Wesely

Chargée de l'accompagnement des communautés et de la valorisation des contenus d'Hypothèses / Community manager & communication officer for the Hypotheses platform (OpenEdition)

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