I like browsing multiple sites on Stack Exchange, and also upvoting content I find great. While this is pretty harmless on worldbuilding (I can like a particular way of managing elves and dwarves without anyone being hurt in the process) I feel the matter is a bit different here on security.se as answers and advices actually have a real effect on the way data is treated in applications.
Since I don't really know what is secure or not in advanced topics, even though I can feel one answer is better than the others, my vote would still be an uneducated one based mostly on feelings and reputation of answerer.
I know I can, but considering on stackoverflow, sometimes very bad but popular answers have huge amount of upvotes and propagate bad advices, this could have dramatic effect here on security.
Should I just never vote on any answers, and vote on questions I find interesting?