On Tue, Aug 7, 2018 at 4:02 AM, Rony Bill <gnulinuxist(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > With http being insecure and a magnet for injected ads, shouldn't the
> > protocol be completely banned or blocked internationally and nationally
> > https be the norm?
It's up to the site administrators. With Letsencrypt free cert, the
monetary reason is gone. It is common practice to redirect HTTP to
HTTPS but still the site owner's prerogative.
Can't the authorities ban it, like port 25 was blocked for smtp?
It's been discontinued for MUA to SMTP relay server replaced by 587.
Port 25 is still the port for SMTP server to server.
-- Arun Khan