I knew about HTTPS Everywhere for a long time now, and I know that is apparently it makes websites use HTTPS instead of HTTP, assuming HTTPS is available and that the website directs to regular HTTP by default. However, people can still get baited by this extention, as someone could be entering their personal information on a "HTTP" website, and think, "oh, I have HTTPS Everywhere, there is nothing to worry about" , but the website DOESN'T HAVE an HTTPS alternative, in which the extention is doing nothing, and the user is entering their information on a HTTP website. Should I really use this extention? What benefit does it offer besides forcing an HTTPS connection when available? It's not like I enter any information on HTTP websites anyway, so why does it matter?