Several month back I took over a project on a "small brochure type" site.
It was a hacked Worpress site with 14 pages of real info, that is it. To my best knowledge it had never ever had SSL installed on it. Luckily at that point Bing did not index(or even visited according to row logs) all the additional pages created by the hack.
site:www.example.com command returned 15 pages all links to HTTP.
I cleaned it up & moved it to another host(with a static IP), different technology - handwritten code, mobile friendly, responsive design.
The prior host(also with a static IP) where the site was hosted for the past 7 years does not even offer shared SSL.
if I run site:www.example.com in Bing the 14 pages are still shown as in the index but all links point to SSL version of the links, including home page.
Not that I know many people who run SITE command but What Gives?
GOOG only shows to links to HTTP from its SITE command for this site.