Insecure webpage?

AeolynAeolyn Langley, BCMember UncommonPosts: 347

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  • WizardryWizardry Ontario, CanadaMember EpicPosts: 12,830
    Yes i already brought this up.so i guess they don't seem to give a shit.I believe was 3 days ago when i mentioned it,maybe 4.

    As of January Google and i guess Firefox as well,will show a insecure site if the page has passwords or any other similar important personal information at risk and that the page is insecure.
    Meaning your information is at risk,so a security breech is most certainly possible and since it has been issued since January this site is allowing KNOWN security problems for 3 months,leaving this site liable.

    This site has seemingly been run amateur like for many years.


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  • k61977k61977 Pendleton, SCMember RarePosts: 697
    I use firefox and haven't ever seen this I log in daily.  No clue.  Could be something else or a malicious piece of crap trying to hijack you also.
  • GruntyGrunty TexasMember RarePosts: 8,113
    edited March 19
    It means they haven't converted their http:// website to https:// .  
    Post edited by Grunty on
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  • VrikaVrika FinlandMember RarePosts: 4,099
    The warning means that you should not give sensitive private information about yourself to the webpage.

    It's very important warning for online shopping websites, but you don't really need to care about it on a website like mmorpg.com where you never send enough sensitive private information through net that it would be valuable to attacker.

    MMORPG.com security could be better, but on a website like this it's not very important.
     
  • MeddleMeddle Kamuela, HIAdministrator UncommonPosts: 730
    We are working on moving over to https for all of our site pages.  This is a recent move in browsers to alert people that they are not on a secure page.  Nothing has changed on our end to cause this issue.  We should be moved over to https in the following weeks.

    - MMORPG.COM Staff -

  • KyleranKyleran Paradise City, FLMember LegendaryPosts: 26,052
    Wizardry said:
    Yes i already brought this up.so i guess they don't seem to give a shit.I believe was 3 days ago when i mentioned it,maybe 4.

    As of January Google and i guess Firefox as well,will show a insecure site if the page has passwords or any other similar important personal information at risk and that the page is insecure.
    Meaning your information is at risk,so a security breech is most certainly possible and since it has been issued since January this site is allowing KNOWN security problems for 3 months,leaving this site liable.

    This site has seemingly been run amateur like for many years.


    Oh look, this site is doing something about it.

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  • monochrome19monochrome19 Chicago, ILMember UncommonPosts: 700
    Same thing popped up for me, and when I tried to see if https worked it completely broke the site and said images weren't secure.
  • CopperfieldCopperfield RotterdamMember UncommonPosts: 555
    23 cookies programms..

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