Too many certificate authorities

There are 650 organizations capable of producing signatures accepted by your system. It only takes one of them to be hacked or coerced by governments.

Revocation does not work

CRL and OCSP are supposed to provide revocation services. If the OCSP lookup times out, then browsers carry on anyway.

The unsafe bridge from HTTP to HTTPS

At the moment in time when a client is redirected from non-TLS HTTP to HTTPS there is a window of attack. Take a look at response below

curl -I
HTTP/1.1 301 Moved Permanently
Server: nginx/1.6.0
Date: Wed, 21 May 2014 13:31:02 GMT
Content-Type: text/html
Content-Length: 184
Connection: keep-alive

My blog is fully served over HTTPS and I redirect all traffic towards port 80 over 443. However, an attacker can simply strip away the Location: and put Location: there instead. The next time the browser requests this page the mitm attacker can himself do a HTTPS connection towards my site, grab the html and send it back to victim.

The only thing different a victim will see is that the HTTPS icon is missing. So it looks just like a regular HTTP website.