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Topic # 81635 15-Apr-2011 22:48 Send private message

For some reason typing HTTPS in a Quick Reply made an automatic URL link to nowhere. Let's see if it does the same with HTTP


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  Reply # 459269 15-Apr-2011 22:48 Send private message

HTTP
HTTPS

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  Reply # 459281 15-Apr-2011 23:19 Send private message

perhaps the govt is performing one of their man-in-the-middle attacks




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  Reply # 459823 17-Apr-2011 18:45 Send private message

The regex (aka pattern matching) used to auto link urls put in the quick reply probably needs a tweak to handle edge cases like people typing https by itself.

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