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HTTPZ

HTTPZ is meant to be unobtrusive and lightweight.

HTTPZ Alternatives

The best HTTPZ alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Chrome extension that encrypts and secures your browser

    /https-everywhere-alternatives
  2. 18

    Automatically changes HTTP addresses to the secure HTTPS, and if loading encounters error, reverts...

    /smart-https-alternatives
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  4. 17

    SSL Enforcer - Force SSL/TLS encryption for any browser or app. Block all unsecure connections.

    /ssl-enforcer-alternatives
  5. 15

    Encrypt the web and stay safe

    /https-only-alternatives
  6. 15

    ForceTLS allows web sites to tell Firefox that they should be served via HTTPS in the future; this...

    /forcetls-alternatives
  7. 15

    Personalized & creative learning. Try it out for $1.99 for a K through 8th grade girl in your family at https://www.always-icecream.com.

    /https-always-alternatives
  8. The Tor Browser is free software that helps you defend against tracking, account hacking, and surveillance on the Web.

    /the-tor-browser-alternatives
  9. This extension enforces encryption for websites that support it as much as currently possible in...

    /kb-ssl-enforcer-alternatives
  10. As wireless networks proliferate, web browsers operate in an increasingly hostile network...

    /forcehttps-alternatives
  11. “pianobar” is a free/open-source, console-based replacement for ...

    Open Source

    /pianobar-alternatives
  12. Email app with automatic encryption

    /m-for-ios-alternatives
  13. pithos is a daemon which provides an S3-compatible frontend for storing files in a Cassandra cluster.

    /pithos-alternatives
  14. Virtual assistant using AI to schedule your meetings

    /julie-desk-alternatives
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