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My feedback: Everything is working great for me. Only minor complaint is there are (at this moment of posting) a few gif files still being served from static.linuxquestions.org (facebook.gif, reddit.gif) which technically still makes this a partially-encrypted connection. But I imagine you are still in transition.
Regarding performance: I don't know if your CDN gives you any control over this, but I read somewhere that the performance for AES is a lot better in terms of server cycles and and bandwidth for 128-bit over 256. You might consider downgrading to 128-bit AES and see if that helps. Wikipedia and even google.com only provide an RC4 cipher with 128 bit symmetric key length.
Hi. I hate to be the annoying mosquito that keeps buzzing, but I keep hoping to get an LQ that provides a fully encrypted browsing experience, and my tools are still showing a broken connection. Specifically, every time I open a page it makes a connection to account.thequestionsnetwork.org on port 80: