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(The Next Web)   In bid to prod sites to not get so damn hacked all the time, Google's updated search algorithm now prioritizes secure HTTPS pages over plain old HTTP pages   ( ) divider line 1
    More: Interesting, HTTP Secure, Google, web sites, search results, runs test  
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2014-08-08 05:42:45 AM  
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ArcadianRefugee: mamoru: strangeluck: abb3w: Do they check to make sure HTTPS isn't being secured by ROT13 encryption?

I prefer R2D2 encryption.

I prefer ROT26. It's twice as good as ROT13. :p

ROT26 is nice, but I'm still fond of D20, outdated as it is.

Anything where we don't have to manually calculate THAC0 is a plus in my books.
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