I finally got around to setting the Strict-Transport-Security header on all my HTTPS websites. The current age is set to 1 month and I’ll gradually up that to 6 months if no problems pop up.

In case anyone is curious, I terminate SSL on a haproxy, which then sends requests to various backends (containers on the same physical server). This makes it really easy to deal with Let’s Encrypt (just need one agent/script installed on the haproxy host that deals with all incoming /.well-known/acme-challenge/ requests), and I can keep all HTTPS settings central and don’t have to worry about configuration creep or any settings falling through the cracks for oddball subdomains.