On Tue 10 Apr 2007, Colm Buckley wrote:
> > I don't really understand http/https.
>> HTTPS is exactly the same as HTTP (ie : the client and server send the same
> requests/responses) except that HTTPS takes place over a SSL-encrypted
Thank you very much for your comprehensive reply.
I now feel I know as much about https as I do about elliptic curves.
I think it was the word "virtual" in httpd.conf which made me dizzy.
I used to have the same feeling about "indirection",
before C was eaten by python.
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