Discussion in 'Bugs & Feedback' started by Ken T., Apr 6, 2019.
Security out of date? Getting the not secure warning when visiting.
Just checked on my phone and mac and not showing any security or non secure warnings.
Which browser are you using?
I get a warning every time I have to log in, "Your connection to this site is not private, passwords can be stolen" etc type thing. Doesn't matter which browser. It's been like that for a long time and I've kept meaning to mention it, so I'm glad @Ken T. has.
I get the warning too. Even at the top, in the browser bar, I can currently see "Not secure"
Sure it's not your virus protection?
What device and browser are you using Ken?
If using Chrome press F12 then the security tab, it should tell you in there why your machine is not happy.
It’s sometimes because of linked content rather than the actual forum itself
I get it on my iPad. I think the latest version of IOS is now alerting for all non secure websites.
looks a facebook thing
sdk.js?hash=c2f4dcbd0ed43639fe3a986774ec0143&ua=modern_es6:52 The method FB.getLoginStatus will soon stop working when called from http pages. Please update your site to use https for Facebook Login. https://developers.facebook.com/blog/post/2018/06/08/enforce-https-facebook-login/
b @ sdk.js?hash=c2f4dcbd0ed43639fe3a986774ec0143&ua=modern_es6:52
I've flagged this up with @Tony to check some stuff on the server side
Don't worry though, you can continue to use trek-lite safely it's just that there are some certificates and coding to be tweaked here and there.
Following advice on the Chrome browser, I added "https://" before the www in the url and it opened as a secure site.
Yeah that will remove the error as a workaround on members machines
Unfortunately, I can't bookmark it as a secure site.
I've had it a while on Safari (latest version) but having looked at this thread, its because my auto complete was directing me to the Http version of old. A quick change to ps and its all good and pointing to the secure version. I'll be sure to save that now.
IOS on a iPad mini through Safari. I guess I’ll try the kludge fix.
Positive. And I use Linux
It seems to be because the server is not configured to redirect http requests to https.
You will have to explicitly request https by putting https://www.trek-lite.com in the location bar or your bookmark
I you just enter www.trek-lite.com the browser will assume you wanted http://www.treklite.com.
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