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Can't access HTTP, Can access HTTPS--What's wrong here?

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jstuart8

I find it interesting. Just this past week I was looking at an old PCWorld article telling you to use HTTPS always. I didn't remember the details, so I looked online to see if there was a setting in IE & Chrome. I don't think it answers your question, though maybe you should look at it in case I missed something in my brief perusal. While searching for it, I found a lot of places encouraging you to use HTTPS always, and I've included 2 sample links to those articles.

http://www.pcworld.com/article/226791/how_to_use_an_httpsencrypted_connection_when_browsing.html
http://www.ghacks.net/2010/10/31/how-to-force-https-connections/
https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere