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On Tue, Jan 6, 2009 at 12:04 PM, Gary Wilson <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, January 5, 2009 19:01, James Matthews wrote:
>> SSL certs cost money. This one works the same. etc..
> Well whilst I agree the self generated ones or whatever work well, I find
> it amusing that a _security_ based list is using one, and then expects
> people in the security industry to blindly accept or add exceptions for it
> - my irony alarm is going overtime at that one. I certainly wouldn't add
> an exception, as it's not a trusted website to me. I'm sure others would
> see it the same.
What's the worst case? Someone sniffing your unsub request? It's not like an e-commerce website. I don't see why FD should even have SSL in the first place.
I would guess the webmaster simply added SSL to allow those who have port 80 to full-disclosure (containing malicious code) filtered...
I think you are over-dramatizing 'the irony'.
> Doesn't matter now, as I'm unsubbed via the mail method, because FD just
> has too much noise-signal these days.
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