There's been a movement for a while online to encrypt people's web activity by default, not just for financial activities. These means that more of your actions are encrypted and are much harder to intercept, and your privacy is slightly better protected.
Well, I finally got round to updating the site so that it runs exclusively on a secure system. Obviously we don't have to worry about financial security here, but anything that makes it a bit harder for people to invade our online privacy can only be a good thing.
For anyone that's interested, a video from this year's Google I/O conference is below which highlights some of the issues