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Use https for Forum Login

Post by mediatechnology » Sat Oct 06, 2018 6:44 pm

When logging in please use https protocol from now on.
This may require changing your bookmarks.

Clearing old forum cookies and your local cache before logging in might also be a good idea.
If old http cookies don't match the https forum domain you may have problems with some browser security settings.
https://ka-electronics.com

InfoWars lawsuit. Free Speech Systems LLC v. PayPal Inc., Case 5:18-cv-06013-SVK http://www.waynekirkwood.com/images/pdf ... PayPal.pdf

A leaked Google briefing in which the company admits a "shift towards censorship" in Silicon Valley.
Google, "The 'Good' Censor" https://www.scribd.com/document/3905216 ... OOGLE-LEAK

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Re: Use https for Forum Login

Post by JR. » Sun Oct 07, 2018 10:09 am

I already was but don't recall when I changed it, if I did...

Maybe safari does it automatically, since chrome still uses the unsecured address.

JR

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Re: Use https for Forum Login

Post by mediatechnology » Mon Oct 08, 2018 9:37 am

The certificate was issued 10-6 so an https request prior to that should have failed.
https://ka-electronics.com

InfoWars lawsuit. Free Speech Systems LLC v. PayPal Inc., Case 5:18-cv-06013-SVK http://www.waynekirkwood.com/images/pdf ... PayPal.pdf

A leaked Google briefing in which the company admits a "shift towards censorship" in Silicon Valley.
Google, "The 'Good' Censor" https://www.scribd.com/document/3905216 ... OOGLE-LEAK

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