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post #1 of (permalink) Old 06-14-2018, 09:32 AM Thread Starter
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Great News!
We are happy to announce we are improving security across our network and adding Secure Sockets Layer or SSL to the site. This means going forward you'll see Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS); the secure version of HTTP, the protocol used to send data between your browser and the website that you are connected to. This means all communications between your browser and the website will have another layer of encryption. We take the security of your data seriously so updates like this do happen from time to time. There is no downtime or major issues anticipated in this change. If you do notice anything about the site operating not as it should please make sure we are the first to know. You can send a PM to this account with details and we can investigate. Thanks, and if you have any questions about this let me know.
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When is this happening?
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This should be added to the site in the next week or so.

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I tried accessing the site from work for the first time. So I was not logged in as I normally do. The amount of ads and popup windows is pretty annoying. But I guess that gives people a good reason to register and login. However, what is really concerning is that something on the site or a pop up produced the attached image. I didn't click on anything. I was unable to exit IE and I had to use Task Manager to shut down multiple versions of the program which kept getting created when I closed one. I have never had anything like this on my work computer which has a lot of security features. Windows 7 Professional. IE 11.
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I tried accessing the site from work for the first time. So I was not logged in as I normally do. The amount of ads and popup windows is pretty annoying. But I guess that gives people a good reason to register and login. However, what is really concerning is that something on the site or a pop up produced the attached image. I didn't click on anything. I was unable to exit IE and I had to use Task Manager to shut down multiple versions of the program which kept getting created when I closed one. I have never had anything like this on my work computer which has a lot of security features. Windows 7 Professional. IE 11.
The next time this happens, can you grab us the full URL of that pop-up?
I'll get this sent up and have it blocked.

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