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27 minutes ago, Mekong said:

You will be surprised at the number of people still running XP and IE

I am. I stopped using it as it seemed slower when the modem was dialing in :dunno:

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Re: site security certificate

I think I may have solved the "this site is not fully secure" messages by specifying that graphics should also be sent (encrypted) over https.

There was a time when we were conservative in using https since it made things slower and more complex.  Who cares if some random JPEG is encrypted?  But the "https everywhere" campaign has forced a solution to most of the problems.

Please let me know if you still see alarmist messages about site security.

FWIW, the site has been using https and SSL for years- given the potentially sensitive nature of some posts. The physical server that is used is located in the US, at an AWS facility that has big-time physical and network security.


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Thanks Jigger, that solved another, completely unimportant issue I had, loading some images, which I had thought was due, to me running the latest OSX via Open Core Legacy Patcher on an obsolete Mac .

As I say unimportant - but interesting to me... :)

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