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Am Mi den 13. Apr 2016 um 16:47 schrieb Ian Zimmerman:
> On 2016-04-13 09:08 +0100, Klaus Ethgen wrote:
> > Maybe we can use that a bit for the visibility of the page. Maybe we
> > can make it more interesting for users from America.
> One possible reason for fewer USian vists is no https support (well, the
> server listens on 443, but with a self-signed certificate and if you go
> past that, you get a 403 error).
Well, it is selfsigned as I use SNI for the host and the first cert is
selfsigned. I thought of getting a cert for geeqie.org to. But it will
never be such a stupid one than lets encrypt as that expires every month
or three and just trains users to accept a new one. The only CA that is
at least a bit trustable is CACert but this is not existent in most
browsers. On the other hand, my registrar does not support dnssec (the
one for de and org) so I cannot setup TLSA for that domain.
I know that I swim against the stream regarding that. But HTTPS is so
broken that there is no real security improvement in using it. For
example as long as such registrars like turktrust or verisign or others
are in all the browsers, there is no security. TLSA via DNSSEC is a
solution but the most browsers ignore that and DNSSEC is not widely
But long story short, I do not believe that this is the reason.
> Another possible reason is the rise of Tor :-)
Well, You think that all users in America uses Tor? I do not. :-)
Klaus Ethgen http://www.ethgen.ch/
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