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by CaptainGetz12 27 Mar 2017, 02:28
I've tied to log into formularejects.com, but when I type in the username and password bars it says that my connection is not secure. I input my login information and it sends me back to the page I clicked "login" from, but it does not log me in.

Should I be concerned about security issues? There is also no code or anything that comes up when I do this.

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by DemocalypseNow 27 Mar 2017, 08:42
To be clear, nothing has changed. New browser updates are now changing so that any site that doesn't run https:// is flagged automatically. SSL/TLS is set up on GPR but not FR (yet). SSL certificates incur extra expense, but there's a way to secure sites over HTTPS for no cost which requires a little implementation time.

I'll sort it out this week.

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by Nuppiz 27 Mar 2017, 16:27
Yeah, this is a "feature" of the newest Firefox update and not a website problem that has suddenly popped up. Mildly annoying, but you should be safe.

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by Bobby Doorknobs 28 Mar 2017, 13:59
Yeah, I've been having this problem too and even prepared to voice my concern on the Wiki thread, until working out that it is indeed a Firefox thing and it works perfectly fine if you type in the https prefix manually. It's extremely annoying when editing wiki pages though, because I've been getting redirected to the non-https version of the edited page every time I save, and then I can't edit again unless I manually re-enter the https prefix, because I'm automatically logged out in the non-secure version.

So it's all very confusing and frustrating and life-ruining and all that.
by DemocalypseNow 28 Mar 2017, 16:35
Simtek wrote:Yeah, I've been having this problem too and even prepared to voice my concern on the Wiki thread, until working out that it is indeed a Firefox thing and it works perfectly fine if you type in the https prefix manually. It's extremely annoying when editing wiki pages though, because I've been getting redirected to the non-https version of the edited page every time I save, and then I can't edit again unless I manually re-enter the https prefix, because I'm automatically logged out in the non-secure version.

So it's all very confusing and frustrating and life-ruining and all that.

Don't type in https manually. It will indeed break everything, and is nothing more than cosmetic in this particular circumstance.

An SSL/TLS connection will come on stream in the coming days over at FR.com. The switch will be automatic. You should notice it when it does occur by the fact these notices will disappear without anyone having to do anything.

Novitopoli wrote:Everytime someone orders at Pizza Hut, an Italian dies.
Novitopoli wrote:Juve's Triplete: Calciopoli, doping & Mafia connections.

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