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    So, when will HTTPS be introduced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clarissa View Post
    It's only a matter of time before browsers start marking non-HTTPS sites as insecure and, at some point, you'll have to click through a warning screen to get to them.
    Firefoc v52 is taking it's first steps down this road. All non-HTTPS sites will be marked as insecure.

    Firefox 52 kills plugins – except Flash – and runs up a red flag for HTTP • The Register

    For now, it's just a warning but you can expect that to change over time.

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    TI doesn't really need an SSL. However, that doesn't mean we shouldn't have one.
    SSL is best used mainly when we are dealing with sensitive data ( Payment solutions )

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    The firefox warning about non-ssl is quite annoying. TI should install an SSL certificate.

    It's even free with "Let's Encrypt".


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    Quote Originally Posted by ServerBundle View Post
    TI doesn't really need an SSL. However, that doesn't mean we shouldn't have one.
    SSL is best used mainly when we are dealing with sensitive data ( Payment solutions )
    I have to disagree with what you say here.

    Lots of stuff is being passed around in the clear because there's no SSL. Cookies, usernames, message contents, PMs. I don't know how vBulletin deals with authentication but it may also be sending passwords (or unsalted hashes) in the clear.

    Additionally, there is no way for us to be sure that we are talking to the originating site, a cloned site or through a Man-in-the-Middle proxy.

    This is serious for the site owners also as, if you can get that MitM position, it's nice and easy to siphon off ad revenues (replace ads in-place or just swap identifiers) or redirect paypal/BC transactions.

    Bottom line: SSL isn't the solution to all security problems but it's a very effective step that should be implemented as early as possible.

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    I strongly support this. I think it's kinda embarrassing this has been adressed already. TLS/SSL is absolutely essential to maintain security and privacy on the web; to prevent ISP or other nosey parties to read sensitive correspondence exchanged over this site. We might have "nothing to hide" but that doesn't negate the fact that users have a right to privacy.

    These days with LetsEncrypt in place, there's really no excuse. It's free, secure and easy to setup. Please do this ASAP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rinvite View Post
    Of course

    You can check for your account : Have I been pwned? Check if your email has been compromised in a data breach
    Torrent-Invites Hacked? : trackers

    Still not HTTPS ???? This is a shame or TI is managed by a gov...

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