Quote:I suppose that we will just have to agree to disagree until time tells.
The only change in the "problem" cdns is Type 2 SWFVerification. I suppose that some argument could be made that Type 2 SWFVerification is encryption in some sort of exceedingly loose sense of the term, and I'd be happy to hear any of your arguments to that effect or hear more about the testing you've seen to the contrary. My understanding is that it is a hash function transaction at post-handshake but pre-data transfer. If Type 2 SWFVerification passes, the rtmpe tunnel is open for data transfer, much like for Type 1.
In extensive testing, I've seen all Type 2 or all Type 1 per cdn. For example, non-plus or non-logged-in users who were getting some cdns to work for a while a few days ago, if the cdn did change when they logged in, it would be all Type 2 or Type 1 per cdn, not mixed Type 2 and Type 1 on the same cdn. If your testing reveals results contrary to this, please provide details.
A picture is worth a thousand words. This is from the Cosmos broadcast last night which just made it to my queue. Note the CDN selections at the top of the images. You might look foolish if we go further.
I can promise you the SWF 2 is not used on these.