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With the web rapidly becoming secure by default, "Why No HTTPS?" is a who's who of the world's biggest websites globally and by country still not defaulting to HTTPS.
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The list, maintained at WhyNoHTTPS.com, names sites by the ABC, Bureau of Meteorology, AFL, Home Affairs and Immigration among the top local sites that load “over an insecure connection without redirecting to a secure, encrypted connection.”
This is the raw data that drives the whynohttps.com website. It's ordered by domain name so it's easy to see what changes from revision to revision. ##Input Files There are 4 files which make up the bulk of the input: http-sites.json : Sites that Scott Helme's crawler finds returning content over HTTP without redirecting to HTTPS with a 301 or 302
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