Latest commit 180bb3b
Nov 20, 2015
HTTP sends plaintext messages, so it leaks information and is vulnerable to MITM attacks. ELPA, MELPA, and Marmalade all support HTTPS. We should make use of it. This changes the default addresses for those sources to use HTTPS. Users that have built Emacs to handle TLS will be able to make use of these sources, and Emacs will fall back to using regular HTTP if it isn't configured to handle TLS. This also updates the documentation to point to the HTTPS address of those repositories. This should close #323.
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