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Roedy Green

. For example:

"The Applicacation-Name aexte tmpts tbin tund.

It looks fine to me. Either they have fixed it, or it got scrambled
somehow on its way to you. Some kind of encoding problem?
 
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Roedy Green

Oracle fixed it. I noticed they also changed their SSL certificate.
They never did reply to my email. I was nervous due to Heartbleed,
but it's been a few days and nobody has announced any issues. So
I'm going assume I was worried for nothing, and will install the
update.

I think the cert companies are offering replacement certs free to
everyone.

I have a program that spiders the links on my site looking for solidly
broken links and redirects. The most common kind of redirect is http;
-> https: I think http's days are numbered. This is too bad. You
can't tell a thing watching https: streams with Wireshark.
 
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Arne Vajhøj

I have a program that spiders the links on my site looking for solidly
broken links and redirects. The most common kind of redirect is http;
-> https: I think http's days are numbered.

I don't think much is changing.

It has always been and still are:

security needed => HTTPS
else => HTTP
This is too bad. You
can't tell a thing watching https: streams with Wireshark.

That is exactly why HTTPS is preferred!

Arne
 

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