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up vote 4 down vote accepted

I propose Hows does SSL work?

Very relevant topic that can be further expanded upon in the blog post.

Expanded on? Jeeeez! :-) –  Rory Alsop Sep 29 '12 at 21:24
@RoryAlsop Well, with the addition of Thomas' answer, it could fit 2 blog post i guess. :P –  Terry Chia Sep 30 '12 at 1:39
If we combine all three answers it'd be pretty amazing. It'd be great if we could get Thomas and Luc to collaborate with the editing. –  Polynomial Oct 2 '12 at 9:51

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