Working online through a secure channel.
Since the release of the Firefox plugin Firesheep it has become very easy for almost anyone to eavesdrop on your internet activities when working online through a public WiFi connection.
A solution is a HTTPS connection. The main idea of HTTPS is to create a secure channel over an insecure network. This ensures reasonable protection from eavesdroppers and man-in-the-middle attacks.Making Tom's Planner available through HTTPS was already high on the todo list, but since the news about this app came out, we decided to make it our top priority and start implementing it immediately.
Nothing has changed in the tool itself, but when opening Tom's Planner you'll notice that in the address bar it says HTTPS instead op just HTTP, so you'll know nobody is eavesdropping and might have access to your information.
This protocol is implemented for all account types including the free version.