Random Pagan Verse:
In the Old Days, we could use the Art against anyone who treated the Witches badly; but in these times, we must not do so. Our enemies have invented a burning pit of everlasting fire into which their God throws everyone who does not worship Him,
except for those few who buy their penance from His priests (for their God always seems to be in need of money). Even as our Gods need our aid to make fertility for people and crops, so it is that the God of the Christians is always needing men to find and destroy us.
Their priests tell them that any man who is helped by us will be damned to their Hell forever, to the point that men are mad with the terror of it. But the priests also make them believe that they may escape this Hell if they give up Witches to be tortured, so that these men
are always thinking, "If I catch only one Witch, I will escape the fiery pit." For this reason we have our hiding places, and when no Witches are found, the searchers will say, "There arent any Witches, or at least not in this area." But as soon as one of our oppressors dies
or even catches a cold, the cry will go up that it is "Witches work", and the hunt will be on again. And while they may kill ten Christians for every Witch, they will not care, for they are countless millions while we are few indeed.

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The blogging platform will finally get HTTPS support, as part of the company's HTTPS Everywhere campaign, which previously added HTTPS support for Google's search engine, Gmail, Drive, Calendar, and AdWords, most recently.

The company is taking these steps primarily to protect users living in countries with tight censorship laws, HTTPS allowing bloggers to write content without being blocked by ISPs, or having their communications tampered with.

HTTPS also allows Google to protect Blogger readers as well, the protocol preventing traffic from being redirected outside unauthorized sources and injected with malware or other malicious code.

The change to HTTPS is not going to be offered to all users at the same time, being currently only opt-in. If you want to enable it, just follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Log into your Blogger account.

Step 2: Click the blog you want to add HTTPS support to.

Step 3: Go to your "Settings" section.

Step 4: Find the "HTTPS settings" option and select "Yes" from the drop-down that's shown next to "HTTPS Availability."

This is it.

Unfortunately, as Google explains, blogs that run on a custom domain are not supported in this first version


 

 

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