Electronic Frontier Foundation has released the version 3 of their HTTPS Everywhere browser extension.
The latest version comes with 1500 more domains in its database which means users would be connected security on tons of more web pages on the web.
EFF spoke about the update:
Today we released version 3.0 of HTTPS Everywhere, which adds encryption protection to 1,500 more websites, twice as many as previous stable releases. Our current estimate is that HTTPS Everywhere 3 should encrypt at least a hundred billion page views in the next year, and trillions of individual HTTP requests.
HTTP Everywhere is available for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome. It automatically switches the user to the HTTPS mode when it detects a web page that supports it.