It's weird that some Linux tech sites just don't care about using https. I mean it's easier than ever to set up and not much of a huge cpu usage ramp up.

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@SolSoCoG What benefit does the HTTPS give if it's just raw, static, information without login?

@MyriadTribulations It prevents man-in-the-middle (eg. ISP) from manipulating directly with the response (the "raw, static information").

@MyriadTribulations and to fully benefit from http/2 and http/3 you are required to use https.

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