On 2016-04-13 18:04 +0100, Klaus Ethgen wrote:

> 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
> enough spread.
> But long story short, I do not believe that this is the reason.

To be clear: in no way was my post meant as a criticism.  I mostly agree
with you.  I was just speculating about the stats.

> Well, You think that all users in America uses Tor? I do not. :-)

No, but maybe they feel more need to do so, relatively speaking.

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