> Comment #64933
All sites are not secure by default. In order to make them secure, they must purchase a dedicated IP and SSL for their site. Which costs money. Not to mention that HTTPS makes the site runs slower. So it's not an issue of "modernizing" their site. In reality, HTTPS should only be used for sites that offer services in which the exchange of the information needs to be protected or encrypted. Such as purchases, credit card info, etc, etc...
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