Rascals are always sociable, and the chief sign that a man has any nobility in his character is the little pleasure he takes in others company. Arthur Schopenhauer

HTTP to HTTPS redirection is disabled on

HTTP to HTTPS redirection is disabled on for various reasons:

  1. The website is static, there is no login/payment processing/ads/whatever.
  2. I want the website to be accessible from older machines that don’t have the processing power to support SSL encryption.
  3. I dislike the SSL certificate security cartel and while SSL certs have their importance, this is not a banking website.

If you fear that you will be MITMed, exposed and flogged in public for visiting my website (keep in mind that server logs are disabled), you might want to move to a better country. Or guillotine your current government.

What does the disabling of the redirect means? You can access both and