I'm looking for a new hosting company for a domain I own and use for personal projects. I'm using Hostmonster at the moment. They're OK, but don't do HTTPS without a private IP, and don't do IPv6 at all. If I'm going to deal with the hassle of switching, I've got a laundry list of needs and wants. [more inside]
In my office at work, I have no FM radio reception, no cellular phone reception, and only have https internet access. Are there any internet music streaming sites using SSL? Or any podcasts I could download at home and bring to work? [more inside]
I Have no https access. i have done all obvious things. I have run virus scans, cleaner, system restore and all procedures recommends by Microsoft to no avail. problem is.on both IE and Firefox so not a browser issue. I spent two hours with tech.support. nothing. I can bypass and access through some proxy servers. have run checkdisc etc. There was no change made to my hardware or new software but it did happen just after Windowsupdates were installed. I do not have a windows disk. I am using Vista. Excuse my mistakes, I am typing on my phone. any suggestions? I am thinking it has something to do with SSL Certificates.
SSL, licences, and migrating a website. Old server has an SSL certificate. New one has not. Not using HTTPS. Will visitors see any warnings or otherwise perceive the change? [more inside]
Why is Safari on an iPad running iOS 5.1 ignoring my PAC file for https URLs? [more inside]
Does this website error message indicate that my financial institution is using a version of Apache built in 2006 on their secure server? Should I be concerned about that? If so, what should I do about it? [more inside]
I'm putting together a publicly-available web service/application and have some security questions. [more inside]
Looking for web hosting that offers a dedicated IP for, in this case, SSL. [more inside]
Is there a way in Firefox (3.x, fwiw) to have the password manager save login information on https sites? [more inside]
Some major websites--such as Facebook, Vox and others (but not Metafilter!)--have users enter username & password on an http page rather than an https page. Is this as secure as logging in via https:// and if so, why?
Am I being overly zealous about "proper SSL implementation?" [more inside]
I need to redirect all traffic on a subdomain to https instead of http. mod_rewrite is installed, but I don't know how to use it. [more inside]
Is there a hosting service that will provide me a directory to put some simple https (SSL) content without a lot of $$$ and effort? [more inside]
Is there any simple way to encrypt the information in a web form and deliver it via email? [more inside]
What's acceptable and best practice when it comes to passing data in on websites securely and non-securely? I've always presumed finanical information should be passed securely, whilst names and address were OK non-securely? Am I right? [more inside]
I'm at my wit's end. I've been trying to configure tomcat (through apache 2 using mod_jk) to automatically re-direct all traffic to HTTPS from HTTP. More boring technical details to follow. [more inside]
Is it possible to force gmail to open with https through the google talk client? [more inside]
What's the cheapest way to get an SSL certificate (for serving HTTPS connections)? Obviously I'd want the company selling these certs to be listed in most browsers as a trusted authority.
Do you know of a free internet notepad service like Yahoo Notepad, but with https and maybe a few more bells and whistles? 2nd question: If I did find such a service, how stupid would it be to use it as my password repository?