FYI, it’s 2020 (twentytwenty). These are some websites with no HTTPS, as of today. Why? Dunno. Madlads!? Senility!?
Apache.org seriously? smh
ansa.it, the number one Italian news outlet
Shopify (myshopify.com) oh come on you guys!!
MIT (web.mit.edu) something to do with old age I guess?
Italia.it is the OFFICIAL Italian Tourism Website (I mean, it’s not like tourism is important at all, for us)
Regione.campania.it and comune.napoli.it are the OFFICIAL sites of the administrative region Campania, and of the city of Naples. I will not link it here, but it’s easy to find illegally downloaded/downloadable PDFs of books, on the let me repeat it OFFICIAL Napoli site-for no reason I can think of. Brilliant. Well regione.lazio.it as well, and I could bet a quid or two on more official Italian websites not having the feature because, you know, Italians…
BTW, I reckon the .gov tld makes for some security by itself, but alaska.gov might want to try harder. Nevada and their nv.gov, as well as Wyoming (wyo.gov), make the list too.
I’ll update this, feel free to suggest more.
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