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Can I force https at the OS level? (Win 10) by AngusBillingstone.com - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 18:26:51 EST ID:EkbtX5/3 No.121512 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have to use windows 10. It's a Surface Pro that I use for contract work. Anyway, I've been very happy with the EPIC Chromium browser so far, but it has essentially no supported addons and the https redirect function doesn't seem to work on many pages. For example, https everywhere used to always work on 420chan in Firefox, but SSL doesn't work with EPIC.

Is there any way (or any firewall you know of) that forces Windows 10 to only allow SSL connections for http traffic?

Also, I highly recommend EPIC as far as DNS leaks and free proxies go. Seems to work flawlessly so far with pretty good streaming speeds and no leaks from any flash /HTML5 / java shit.
EbenezerBlytheworth.cfml - Fri, 05 Jan 2018 19:02:24 EST ID:rXsPAHhB No.121513 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can use a firewall to block HTTP and maybe block all unencrypted traffic but it's going to look to your applications like a dead connection. Also, all privacy/security browsers except for TBB are for suckers. I don't know why you would run a proprietary Chromium build made by some Indian company, but I would highly recommend that you stop making recommendations.
DorisSannerhall.jpg - Mon, 05 Feb 2018 09:23:31 EST ID:S/e65AKE No.121599 Ignore Report Quick Reply
block port 80 and redirect all http traffic to port 443?

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