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This link to Intel's website no longer works and needs updating (it no longer correctly searches for the product).

Also, this link should be https. Looking in various AIDA64 pages, you really should change these links to use https where applicable.

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On ‎5‎/‎2‎/‎2019 at 7:37 PM, bbent67888 said:

This link to Intel's website no longer works and needs updating (it no longer correctly searches for the product).

Also, this link should be https. Looking in various AIDA64 pages, you really should change these links to use https where applicable.

 

We've fixed the Intel ARK link to work properly.

As for https, it should work automatically as http websites should be automatically redirected to their https counterpart.  Yes, I'm aware of the fact that not all website admins are attentive enough to make it happen, but they all should.

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On 5/6/2019 at 11:29 AM, Fiery said:

We've fixed the Intel ARK link to work properly.

As for https, it should work automatically as http websites should be automatically redirected to their https counterpart.  Yes, I'm aware of the fact that not all website admins are attentive enough to make it happen, but they all should.

It's still something you should really change for applicable websites. People clicking http links will be redirected to the https version, making that 2 network requests, instead of just 1 if you made it https to begin with.;)

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1 hour ago, bbent67888 said:

It's still something you should really change for applicable websites. People clicking http links will be redirected to the https version, making that 2 network requests, instead of just 1 if you made it https to begin with.;)

I don't think it's our responsibility to be frugal on network requests when the traffic is initiated by the user by clicking on a link in our software.  We'll alter the most clicked links, but the sheer number of URLs (over 1100) makes it a difficult task to leaf through all of them using manual review.

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