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    Junior Potato
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    Exclamation Not secure

    My Choogle Grome address bar is reporting that Teh GTX isn't secure.

    It's probably a good thing to address this.

    For now I'll make sure I don't post any credit card details unless they're already stolen.

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    I've been seeing that for weeks.

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    What does the Bat say? Jason's Avatar
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    It makes it more exciting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cam View Post
    I've been seeing that for weeks.
    I only just spotted it because I turned my pc on for the first time in a month and it showed up on the browser.

    On iOS it doesn’t show me that little icon except if I dig into the settings menu.

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    It's because we're serving pages via regular http, not https. There are a couple solutions but I haven't had the time to fool around with them (it's not just a configuration change).
    Whoomah!

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    If we need a cert, letsencrypt.org via certbot is a good, free solution for that.

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    Yeah, that's been brought up previously. We would need to move our hosting account to a fixed IP, for a small cost. I haven't looked at all the permutations yet.
    Whoomah!

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    I'm admittedly not great with this stuff, but why would we need a fixed IP? In my experience, it's just domain based. Assuming that we have the ability to modify our DNS records, you can use DNS challenges for it.

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