My NextCloud instance is only available when you’re signed into my OpenVPN network. Therefore, traffic is already implied to be encrypted at the network level (AES-128-CBC if you’re curious). Running HTTPS within an already encrypted network would cause the traffic to be encrypted and decrypted twice, which is a huge performance hit that I don’t want.
Can I disable the HTTPS requirement without having to fork the whole project? I can’t just switch back to Passman, it won’t import my backup and apparently Passman is dead now.
I don’t normally say this kind of thing, but if you would prefer not to have instructions on how to bypass the HTTPS restriction available in a public location (honestly, fair), I’ll accept answers via private message.
# --expert --disable-mitm-warnings