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Postby CelticCat on Mon Jul 24, 2017 11:54 am

At work, both Firefox and Chrome show BN.com as an unsecured connection. Anyone else getting this?
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Re: Unsecured

Postby BigBruceBaker on Mon Jul 24, 2017 4:53 pm

CelticCat wrote:At work, both Firefox and Chrome show BN.com as an unsecured connection. Anyone else getting this?


..... no I work while at work. You should try it


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Re: Unsecured

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Re: Unsecured

Postby LongTimeCatFan on Mon Jul 24, 2017 8:29 pm

BigBruceBaker wrote:
CelticCat wrote:At work, both Firefox and Chrome show BN.com as an unsecured connection. Anyone else getting this?


..... no I work while at work. You should try it


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Re: Unsecured

Postby kmax on Fri Aug 04, 2017 9:46 am

CelticCat wrote:At work, both Firefox and Chrome show BN.com as an unsecured connection. Anyone else getting this?

That's because it is unsecured. We do not currently use SSL (https) connections for the site. It has always been this way, nothing changed with the site. Chrome and Firefox have recently put an emphasis on alerting users of any site that is not using https connection, thus why you now see the warning.
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Re: Unsecured

Postby CelticCat on Fri Aug 04, 2017 10:28 am

kmax wrote:
CelticCat wrote:At work, both Firefox and Chrome show BN.com as an unsecured connection. Anyone else getting this?

That's because it is unsecured. We do not currently use SSL (https) connections for the site. It has always been this way, nothing changed with the site. Chrome and Firefox have recently put an emphasis on alerting users of any site that is not using https connection, thus why you now see the warning.


Ah, I just don't remember it always being that glaring.

I also get this every time I log in, if you're interested:

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Re: Unsecured

Postby BigBruceBaker on Fri Aug 04, 2017 10:29 am

Cc I have you some help up above.


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Re: Unsecured

Postby CelticCat on Fri Aug 04, 2017 4:02 pm

No that's okay, I will continue to take a few small breaks a day, and sometimes use those breaks to check BN. Thanks for the career advice though.
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Re: Unsecured

Postby LTown Cat on Fri Aug 04, 2017 4:44 pm

CelticCat wrote:
kmax wrote:
CelticCat wrote:At work, both Firefox and Chrome show BN.com as an unsecured connection. Anyone else getting this?

That's because it is unsecured. We do not currently use SSL (https) connections for the site. It has always been this way, nothing changed with the site. Chrome and Firefox have recently put an emphasis on alerting users of any site that is not using https connection, thus why you now see the warning.


Ah, I just don't remember it always being that glaring.

I also get this every time I log in, if you're interested:

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I get that same thing if I leave the page and try to come back without clearing all cookies first. Just started about 3 months ago.
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