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Smart HTTPS assumes that all sites support HTTPS, so when you open a websites, it automatically changes the HTTP to the secure HTTPS, and if an error occurs, it reverts back to HTTP. By default, it automatically whitelists all sites that don't work with HTTPS, but this feature can easily be disabled in the settings. For the best protection, I recommend you turn off automatic whitelisting.