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#6279 fixed Rules: POF / Plenty Of Fish MB grarpamp

1) POF is made up of many more hosts than just (www.)?

  • Documented observed hosts, implemented compact form with *'s. (But see Excludes TODO in the case that POF again does not deploy HTTPS everywhere in the future.)

2) Fixed poor forms

  • unnecessary mapping from https to https with 's?'
  • unused non-backref '?:'
  • mapping www to the domain itself

3) POF is now returning 302 (to HTTP) for all HTTPS requests.

  • Therefore the current rules in git are moot and result in POF falling back via redirection loop to insecure HTTP.
  • POF is now completely unencrypted with no HTTPS capability at all (except for maybe their payment server). Users should be wary about their privacy, account, and financial integrity when using POF.

printf 'GET / HTTP/1.0\nHost:\n\n' \

| openssl s_client -connect -quiet 2>/dev/null

HTTP/1.1 302 Found Location: Server: Microsoft-IIS/7.5 X-Powered-By: ASP.NET

4) Due to all this, the attached replacement ruleset is disabled by default. It should be committed as notes for if/when POF moves to https in the future.

#6339 fixed Blog network doesn't support SSL MB aaronsw
Description is currently redirected to SSL but it just returns a 404. The blognetwork should be excluded.

#6388 fixed MIT ruleset is broken (and caused UI crashes in FF 16!) MB cypherpunks

I am using FFx Nightly (16.0a1) and HTTPS Everywhere, in which I have disabled the rule for MIT. I have the following bookmark:

When I try to load it, the address becomes https://mitpress$ and FFx says there was a problem loading the page. This happens with both HTTPS Everywhere 2.1 and 3.0b5, and on both Windows and Linux.

The Troubleshooting Information from my Firefox install is available here:

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