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terry1966

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hadn't noticed before but why doesn't the sign in page use a secured connection?

when i sign in to other sites they all use a secured connection.

 

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I just noticed this. I thought may be the pop form was wrapped in SSL inside an HTTP page, but that does not appear to be the case. I just noticed this, so I wonder if there was a recent change that stopped SSL connections. I'm redirected to HTTP whenever I try an HTTPS connection as well


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must admit i'm a bit surprised and disappointed that the sign in page at least has still not been fixed to use a secure login connection.

 

to be honest i think it's a disgrace that a pc site with such a good reputation in training and fixing malware doesn't take even the most basic of security measures on it's own forum.

 

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Edited by terry1966, 21 March 2017 - 05:51 PM.

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