Finally, custom domain blogs like this can be https, and so this is.
Sadly they still do not allow hosting at top level, so I cannot make www.me.uk work directly yet. I even registered d5t275oodjjs.me.uk to try and keep it happy. Oh well, maybe one day.
But at least this is working, and as expected uses Let's Encrypt. Nice one.
Nice one blogger
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In this day and age, every website should be https really.ReplyDelete
Out of interest though, could somebody see what you’re reading anyway if they have the URL (does https show the man in the middle the URL you ar visiting)? In which case https is only useful for data sharing?
> In this day and age, every website should be https really.Delete
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Indeed, being worked on. To be fair, if blogger have only just managed it :/)Delete
Good news indeed :)Delete
Any progress on https for AAISP webspace ?
I believe ops are working on a project - we need to reproduce the way simple scripts and things work on a more standard apache environment I think.Delete
Ah, I wondered why I wasn't seeing any blog posts via RSS any more! Shame the new URL https://www.revk.uk/feeds/posts/default doesn't appear to work with my reader :(ReplyDelete
No idea on that - down to blogger!Delete
I shall try to remember to visit the site every now and then instead of relying on RSS!Delete
I hope they fix it...Delete