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comment Now that CloudFlare offers potentially-insecure free SSL to all users, would a new HTTP header be useful?
@Dr.McKay - that's the thing though, the place to do that is in the certificate. If Cloudflare is putting up certificates that don't make the state of the connection clear, then they should be stripped of trust until they fix the problem, just like we'd strip any other major misbehaving CA of not behaving in a trustworthy manner. That is how the SSL system is designed to operated, we don't need some new solution to a problem that is already solved.
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answered Now that CloudFlare offers potentially-insecure free SSL to all users, would a new HTTP header be useful?
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answered Application Authentication
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answered Can an compressed virus still do any harm to an OS
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revised Does a self-signed certificate offer more protection than a public key?
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answered Does a self-signed certificate offer more protection than a public key?