Postby AMX » Sat Dec 11, 2021 6:04 pm
Some browsers now default to https, and display an error message instead of trying http.
Not the site's fault, but potentially bad for business.
Forum members who reuse their password are at greater risk if the connection is not encrypted.
And kinda out there:
While you don't do any transactions through the website, you do have links to Steam and GoG - a MITM attack could rewrite the links to point to a fake storefront.
So while it's probably not really important, I do think https support would be useful.