By the way . . .
It doesn't work properly. It leaks credentials on initial connection because, unlike Firefox, the extension system in Chromium will not allow an extension like HTTPS Everywhere to intercept a request to redirect before the initial connection is made. This means that, in cases where you want cookie-based authentication to be protected by encryption when first connecting to a Website, the limitations of the Chromium extension system ensure that it utterly fails to be useful at all.
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