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Right now, I see an inconsistency between secure and not-secure pages on this site. Some pages are, others arenít. I cordially suggest that the site owners should obtain a free SSL certificate from and arrange to renew it every 90 days like everybody else does.

Did you read my reply to your previous post? It explains what is happening here. Examine a page which is secure, and you'll see that its certificate already is from

There's no way to force you to read responses, code, manual pages or other resources - which is ok, I don't want to do that, rather ask you once more to do so: read responses, read documentation, manual pages, code etc, and try to derive rational conclusions thereof, and respond accordingly only if you have something to contribute other than consultancy bullshit bingo hogwash. Until you do that, many of us feel forced to gainsay you for the sake of technical correctness, which is annoying and which annoyance very well explains all the downvotes you are receiving for deranged posts: it is weariness, not some sort of conspiracy.

perl -le'print map{pack c,($-++?1:13)+ord}split//,ESEL'

In reply to Re^2: "This site is not secure" warning message by shmem
in thread "This site is not secure" warning message by roho

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