Info about SSL (secured connection) on mrnice.nl

admini

Administrator
Staff member
Hello,

We have been getting a lot of questions on SSL.

I would suggest you use a SSL (secured connection) when you log in with your username and password. This way your password will be sent safely to the server and nobody can "sniff" that information while it's transiting from your computer to the server.

To log in securely click on this link - which has the 'S' after http:
https://www.mrnice.nl/forum/

Once your are logged in you can click on this link and you'll get back to normal (not secured) connection, which is faster and less problematic in general - and does not have the 'S':
http://www.mrnice.nl/forum/

When you visit the auctions site you will be switched automatically to secured mode, to make sue all info you share there stays safe!


More info on SSL:
https://www.mrnice.nl/forum/1-about-website/5537-request-https.html


More info on selecting a secure password for your account:
https://www.mrnice.nl/forum/84747-post15.html


Hope this helps - take care,

admini
 
i dont get back to normal connect when useing the link you provide , well i do for that one click but then soon as i click new posts or click to view a post im back to https
 

admini

Administrator
Staff member
i dont get back to normal connect when useing the link you provide , well i do for that one click but then soon as i click new posts or click to view a post im back to https
hi bob,

please retry after refreshing your browser (possibly also clean up cache if using IE) - should work as it does for me.... otherwise let me know!

later
admini
 

Cptn

Active member
Going to the photo gallery takes you out of SSL mode and back to unencrypted.
Any plans to fix that someday?


Thanks
 

Takeiteasy101

New member
I'm on an iphone4s how secure are they? Should I even be in a forum like this with it? Lol. The NSA and all. Not really worried as I just grow for meds anyways. 😂😂😂😂
 

sysadmin

New member
certificate is self signed

Chain needs the intermediate certificate added between self signed and root, or possibly rearrange the chain, to fix ssl errors. Not an insecure connection but without correct chain self signed are always untrusted.
 
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