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    Indeed. You may not see the brokenness, but it is broken. It could very easily be fixed by either changing the URL to https, or using a relative rather than absolute URL (/clientscript/vb....). Either one would work. Or you could just wait until your system catches up on patches and starts complaining too, then figure it out.

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    Last edited by DaleB; 05-09-2018 at 01:57 PM.
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    We'll check in with our IT team to see if they have a suggestion for a fix. Might I suggest loading our Forums page in a different browser in the meantime?

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    I just posted about my slow EAA site, and this is the Only one when I am typing its impossible. See my post.

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    I see we're now back to non-SSL, and no more warning messages.
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    Sigh... now if only I didn't have to log in every single time I restarted my web browser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaleB View Post
    Why should I have to pay for SSL certs, just to make Google happy? I couldn't care less if Google is happy.
    I use letsencrypt.org for the chapter 1310 site. It's free, and Cpanel automatically handles the renewal.
    After I set the redirection to https, I haven't had to do anything.

    I care if Google isn't happy. They know everything about everyone. Even more than FB ;-)

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    It's not to make "google happy". Not having the certs invalidates the whole point of ssl and many browsers will complain. Google is just more annoying about it than others.

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