Chad Fowler wrote:

> Phlip wrote:

> > Thanks - I just "got" it. To rescue my few pages, I must edit _all_
their
> > http: tags.
> >
> > When you change a page and save it, any http: tags bounce, not just the
ones
> > you edited.

> That's right.

Okay. Imagine a spammer changes their URLs (in their input files!) to read
HTTP:

Then they attack.

Any page with http: in it, they can't edit. They must erase the content, or
upgrade its http:s to HTTP:s. The later is unlikely.

However, my pages, which I just upgraded to HTTP:, are now _more_ vulnerable
to attack.

>sigh<

"O bother, said Pooh, as his magazine emptied."

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