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    Anonymous
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    Could this site use https (for those who don’t know, it means the connection to an https site is encrypted, as shown by a padlock symbol in your web browser; https prevents data theft etc), or at least use https for logging in? More sites are using it now for obvious reasons.

    Yes I know it’s written in capitals as HTTPS, but I don’t want to appear like I’m shouting lol.

    #37874
    Laura Pazzaglia
    Keymaster

    Yes, I’ve been looking into this for at least two years! The problem is if I activate my fre cloud servere https, in a twist of fate that only affects my provider, I have to pay for content caching (which I currently get free). So, we will be upgrading everything in the next month or two and see if we can’t have a powerful enough server to do without the content caching – to activate the https. ; )

    Thanks for the reminder!!

    Ciao,

    L

    #37878
    Anonymous
    Participant

    I’m glad my suggestion has been useful. :)
    HTTPS adds the finishing touch. Best to use HTTPS in every part of the site, especially the login and forums.

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