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Discussion in 'Forum Problems & Issues' started by Stanford Guitar, Apr 4, 2020.
Is just an issue on my end? Has the security certificate for the site expired?
Any url that starts with https is secure.
Firefox has a 'not secure' icon, too. However; all my web stuff goes via Norton security and that doesn't flag anything up and the url is https.
This site doesn't use https so it's "not secure". That means you don't want to type in secure stuff like credit card info but it's otherwise OK.
You can access the site using either http://tdpri.com (not secure) or https://tdpri.com (secure).
It has to do with stuff that I don't understand - but Yes TDPRI is secure
(My security says that it is a trusted site)
Either way, it redirects to the https version, which is prudent. And still shows not secure. Not that it's a huge deal generally.
The website at the top of my screen says https. It's secure. But I don't use Chrome to access TDPRI.
I try to avoid Google as much as I can.
Just logged in using Chrome. Yes, you're right. It says not secure. Weird!
If course it’s insecure. It’s populated by a bunch of immature musicians!
Flip the Switch!
THERE you go!
It's not encrypting all content (looks like just images are coming through in the clear), despite being an https site. This is reported by all browsers I've tried.