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Simon Zerafa 26 Jan 16
Replying to @laparisa @fugueish
Distinguishing between broken https and plain http will be a challenge. The latter not being 'broken' but insecure :-)
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Ricky Cook πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ 27 Jan 16
Replying to @laparisa
this is great news! but isn't email more important? most people think it's "private", which is more of a problem than HTTP
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Ian MacLeod 27 Jan 16
Replying to @laparisa
huzzah!
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πŸ—Ώ Alberto Granzotto 28 Jan 16
Replying to @laparisa @gvarisco
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Andy 29 Jan 16
Replying to @laparisa
Any way to make the HTTP icon an *unlocked* padlock + the current red X? That would really drive home its insecurity.
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