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Old 02-01-2019, 03:34 PM   #1
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Please update the forum to use https encryption. Currently, it's insecure http.

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Originally Posted by mkedst View Post

Please update the forum to use https encryption. Currently, it's insecure http.

This was explained here
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The login pages here are secure (httpS) but as noted by many, the rest of the site is not. We store no financial info or other sensitive content here and we long ago changed login pages (where password data is passed) to meet current security standards.

The primary reason for not changing the rest of the site is that we have thousands of links in posts to offsite images and content that are not https. ALL those links would break. As the www updates it will be easier to make this change but for now we would rather retain that content then break it.
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