Today I deployed SSL certification on my blog. As a result, my blog is only available from HTTPS, and all attempting from HTTP will be redirected to HTTPS. To do this, just add this to the Apache2 available sites configuration, like this:
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName aleph0.me Redirect / https://aleph0.me/ </VirtualHost>
A small vignette is that they give me a mismatch cert after I receive this message from Namecheap. Apache refused to restart, then. So, I had to ask them to reissue my cert.
Basically, Aleph Zero() is the cardinality of the natural numbers. A set with a cardinality of Aleph Zero means the number of elements is “as many as natural number”, which is “the smallest infinity”. It might be hard for a computer to understand infinity, we human beings can, though.
Update: Someone make his hostname point to my site via HTTP, and is then also 302 redirected to my HTTPS site. It has been blocked.
Update: Starting from June 8, 2016, GitHub Page supports HTTPS, so I updated my GitHub Page to HTTPS too. I heard that chrome will mark those sites who still use HTTP “not secure” soon.