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William Pietri wrote:
| I work a lot on open wireless networks. All of my important traffic is
| encrypted (HTTPS, IMAPS, SSH). Some unimportant stuff isn't, but if
| somebody runs off with, say, my Slashdot identity, I don't really care.
| The one exception is Wikipedia. It doesn't seem to do HTTPS. Before I
| was an admin, I didn't care, but now somebody getting ahold of my
| credentials could cause a fair bit of trouble. This makes me a bit
| paranoid about using Wikipedia at all, and inclines me to stay logged
| out. So in a way, becoming an admin has made me less engaged.
| The best solution I've come up with for this is setting up my own secure
| proxy and then using something like FoxyProxy to selectively route
| Wikipedia traffic to the proxy. That seems like an awful lot of
| rigamarole, though, and I'm wondering if anybody has some simpler
Have you tried <https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki>?
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