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 April 3, 2014  Posted by  Featured News

Michael Mimoso reports:

Yahoo certainly has taken its share of knocks during the past nine months of surveillance revelations and Snowden leaks for its encryption shortcomings. But the bruises are healing and the company is slowly working its way back into good graces.

After months of being an encryption laggard, Yahoo gained on the field with a number of enhancements announced last night by new chief information security officer Alex Stamos.

Chief among the improvements is that as of Monday, traffic moving between Yahoo data centers is encrypted.

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