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It'd be nice if the different flair options could be hosted on HTTPS as well as HTTP, so that they could be used in — for example — HTTPS-secured intranet sites.

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Oh, god. Flair on an intranet site?! You're taking SO too seriously. – xmm0 Dec 2 '09 at 11:13
I can see a status-declined in your immediate future... – Marc Gravell Dec 2 '09 at 11:32
Haha, quite possibly. It's more of a challenge to my coworkers. – Jonas Lincoln Dec 2 '09 at 13:48
I have my flair on my internal Sharepoint page. What else do you put there? – C. Ross Dec 2 '09 at 15:45
Congrats on two and a half years -- a quarter decade! -- without being declined! CC @MarcGravell – Pops May 25 '12 at 23:06

This is possible now that StackExchange has basic SSL support, just change the protocol to https.

se-flair also supports HTTPS if you use the PNG image version.

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You could write a little proxy script a https server that retrieves the flair image (over http)

In php the script would look something like this:

$image = file_get_contents('');
foreach ($http_response_header as $header) {
echo $image;

Just replace 19165 with your StackOverflow id.

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