Soooo I inspected the HTTPS certificate of this website; and I noticed that this is not Seed of Andromeda's certificate; it's coming from Cloudflare. Which means - if there is a seedofandromeda server - all traffic between The client(your pc) & the server(the seedofandromeda.com server) will pass through Cloudflare's network; and it will have to de-encrypt and re-encrypt your data from and to the server. Which means Cloudflare knows what's being said, right? Let me illustrate the problem: Client(your pc) ↔ ↔ Cloudflare ↔ ↔ Server Normally it would be this: Client ↔ ↔ Server This means that only the pc, Cloudflare, and the Server, know what data means, and not just the client and server. If this is the case, this means that you also have to trust Cloudflare to not manipulate or spy on the data that's passing through. If many servers use Cloudflare, it will cause centralization, which could make it a bigger target, which could make it harder for this chain to be trusted. Am I missing a step here, or could Cloudflare be a potential eavesdropper?