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03 October 2017 16:38 Post ID: #1556092
MOnster
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Does anyone have a good article on how to complete https move including hsts?

As deadline to move to https was this week I think and I'm missing this hsts shit.

****Vital has some menu https but needs to update all links and get a certificate.
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03 October 2017 16:53 Post ID: #1556093 - in reply to #1556092
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And in English Lee??
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03 October 2017 17:03 Post ID: #1556096 - in reply to #1556092
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Fuck knows, I read in English about hsts but looking for a better guide on how to implement. I've done https, just changing internal links and stubborn images. Chrome is or has changed to secure so sites like vital won't be accessible to millions of people. I think...
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03 October 2017 17:23 Post ID: #1556099 - in reply to #1556093
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BigPaul - 3/10/2017 16:53

And in English Lee??


Glad it ain't just me. I have absolutely no idea what he's on about.
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03 October 2017 17:35 Post ID: #1556101 - in reply to #1556092
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Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure (HTTPS) is the secure version of HTTP, the protocol over which data is sent between your browser and the website that you are connected to. The 'S' at the end of HTTPS stands for 'Secure'. It means all communications between your browser and the website are encrypted.





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03 October 2017 19:09 Post ID: #1556113 - in reply to #1556092
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glad that's sorted , now who's the schmuck in the hoody
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03 October 2017 19:50 Post ID: #1556120 - in reply to #1556092
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Wtf are you talking about ?
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03 October 2017 20:10 Post ID: #1556121 - in reply to #1556092
Anybody any the wiser ?
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03 October 2017 22:31 Post ID: #1556134 - in reply to #1556092
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Nope

I'd ask my boy, but he'd probably explain it like FW did above.

Edited by BigPaul 3/10/2017 22:32
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03 October 2017 22:36 Post ID: #1556135 - in reply to #1556092
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You know they say ignorance is bliss?
I think this is a prime example of why.

I have not lost one moment of sleep worrying about this, because I am too ignorant to know I need to!
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03 October 2017 23:01 Post ID: #1556139 - in reply to #1556092
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Don't panic, received this

"HSTS isn't required, and is quite rare. It simply means that if a user tries to connect to your site using non ssl, or you have an invalid ssl certificate, their browser won't allow them to connect. This is quite a high end setting, and certainly wont' affect any kind of search rankings, usability or traffic levels. Infact having it off is better - as you won't refuse SSL connections."

Those at webmasterworld don't half make you go round in unnecessary circles. So enough geekary, back to having it off.
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03 October 2017 23:15 Post ID: #1556141 - in reply to #1556139
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numbernine - 3/10/2017 23:01

Don't panic, received this

"HSTS isn't required, and is quite rare. It simply means that if a user tries to connect to your site using non ssl, or you have an invalid ssl certificate, their browser won't allow them to connect. This is quite a high end setting, and certainly wont' affect any kind of search rankings, usability or traffic levels. Infact having it off is better - as you won't refuse SSL connections."


Well, that's a load off my mind....
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03 October 2017 23:41 Post ID: #1556143 - in reply to #1556092
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You should change your site whisky as you sell stuff, you can get a free certificate from your host. Anyone visiting via chrome browser around 17th I think, will be told your site is not secure or a similar message.
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03 October 2017 23:51 Post ID: #1556144 - in reply to #1556143
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numbernine - 3/10/2017 23:41

You should change your site whisky as you sell stuff, you can get a free certificate from your host. Anyone visiting via chrome browser around 17th I think, will be told your site is not secure or a similar message.


Thanks, 9. Appreciated.

I'll check with my team tomorrow to make sure all is in order. It is not something I even try to pretend to understand...
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04 October 2017 07:19 Post ID: #1556149 - in reply to #1556141
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whiskylion - 3/10/2017 23:15

numbernine - 3/10/2017 23:01

Don't panic, received this

"HSTS isn't required, and is quite rare. It simply means that if a user tries to connect to your site using non ssl, or you have an invalid ssl certificate, their browser won't allow them to connect. This is quite a high end setting, and certainly wont' affect any kind of search rankings, usability or traffic levels. Infact having it off is better - as you won't refuse SSL connections."


Well, that's a load off my mind....

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04 October 2017 08:54 Post ID: #1556154 - in reply to #1556143
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numbernine - 3/10/2017 23:41

You should change your site whisky as you sell stuff, you can get a free certificate from your host. Anyone visiting via chrome browser around 17th I think, will be told your site is not secure or a similar message.


Yes, Whisky, what L says is correct.

I ordered several Gentlemen's Items online last summer, from Lashes R Us on the Oudezijds Voorburgwal in Amsterdam.

To cut a long story short, Visa says that the account was bogus, set up by a mister Meri Lee Hon Hi, a Bespoke Tailor from Victoria Peak, Hong Kong.

That's 179 Euros I shall never see the likes of again.

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04 October 2017 10:32 Post ID: #1556158 - in reply to #1556154
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ParisWall - 4/10/2017 08:54

numbernine - 3/10/2017 23:41

You should change your site whisky as you sell stuff, you can get a free certificate from your host. Anyone visiting via chrome browser around 17th I think, will be told your site is not secure or a similar message.


Yes, Whisky, what L says is correct.

I ordered several Gentlemen's Items online last summer, from Lashes R Us on the Oudezijds Voorburgwal in Amsterdam.

To cut a long story short, Visa says that the account was bogus, set up by a mister Meri Lee Hon Hi, a Bespoke Tailor from Victoria Peak, Hong Kong.

That's 179 Euros I shall never see the likes of again.

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Ding dong
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