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Added SSL Secure log in...log in issues.

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Because of security concerns we have to add encrypted log in to the site. We have a SSL certificate now.

 

The log in for the site is now

 

https://njdevs.com

 

Make sure you update your bookmarks and clear your cache.

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Because of security concerns we have to add encrypted log in to the site. We have a SSL certificate now.

 

The log in for the site is now

 

https://njdevs.com

 

Make sure you update your bookmarks and clear your cache.

Is this why I was having issues earlier?

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Most likely, I did it around 3:30. The way the IP takes time to propagate to the ISPs it could be anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour plus of site loading issues.

 

 

If you continue to have problems let me know!

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IDK about anyone else but I am still having trouble accessing the mobile website on my iphone 4s

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I am using Tapatalk, Verizon Wireless and my home computer with no issues now. What do you see devs man ?

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I am using Tapatalk, Verizon Wireless and my home computer with no issues now. What do you see devs man ?

 

It re-directs to a website with the url:  www.njdevs.com/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi

 

The page itself says:

 

Great Success!

Apache is working on your cPanel and WHM Server

 

And then a bunch of stuff under that.

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It re-directs to a website with the url:  www.njdevs.com/cgi-sys/defaultwebpage.cgi

 

The page itself says:

 

Great Success!

Apache is working on your cPanel and WHM Server

 

And then a bunch of stuff under that.

That was the error I was getting before. Did you clear your browser's cache on your phone?

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Deleted cookie, cache, bookmark, closed browser.  Opened browser and used the https URL however the new link/url doesn't show https and says site contains no identity data.  DM, is this what you meant about IP propagating to ISP taking time? I am using FF V24.0 on WinXP SP2.  Thnx.

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That was the error I was getting before. Did you clear your browser's cache on your phone?

 

Yup and still getting same error.

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Damn, I was so close to hacking into the site and making myself a mod.

Edited by Devilsfan118

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Damn, I was so close to hacking into the site and making myself a mod.

 

Good god, why would subject yourself to that?

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Tech question on this.

 

1. Are you trying to have the entire site run through SSL or just the page where you login?

2. I would assume a redirect is in place when a user goes to http://www.njdevs.com, that redirects them to the SSL address https://www.njdevs.com, however that is not the case.

 

Seems like any navigation trying to go through SSL just redirects back to the non ssl link.

 

If the site runs apache this can be easily fixed with a mod_rewrite rule in the .htaccess file.

 

i.e. adding the following would let the entire forum run under SSL if that is your intended use:

RewriteEngine OnRewriteCond %{HTTPS} offRewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}:443%{REQUEST_URI}
Edited by jonnyd91

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I'm logged in via Tapatalk...should I log out and back in or leave things be for now?

Sent from my SCH-I800 using Tapatalk 2

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Tech question on this.

 

1. Are you trying to have the entire site run through SSL or just the page where you login?

2. I would assume a redirect is in place when a user goes to http://www.njdevs.com, that redirects them to the SSL address https://www.njdevs.com, however that is not the case.

 

Seems like any navigation trying to go through SSL just redirects back to the non ssl link.

 

If the site runs apache this can be easily fixed with a mod_rewrite rule in the .htaccess file.

 

i.e. adding the following would let the entire forum run under SSL if that is your intended use:

RewriteEngine OnRewriteCond %{HTTPS} offRewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}:443%{REQUEST_URI}

 

 

Good info Jonny, Thanks. At the moment the forum software doesn't handle full site SSL too well so it is just for the log in and sign up pages. It sounds like the new version coming out will have better SSL integration.

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Good info Jonny, Thanks. At the moment the forum software doesn't handle full site SSL too well so it is just for the log in and sign up pages. It sounds like the new version coming out will have better SSL integration.

 

Ok, got it.  The login uses ajax so you would essentially never see the https in the address bar when logging in, you would only see it in the address bar when on the registration page.  Makes sense.

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Ok, got it.  The login uses ajax so you would essentially never see the https in the address bar when logging in, you would only see it in the address bar when on the registration page.  Makes sense.

:hail: Thank you so very much.

 

ETA: Typed too soon.  When I delete cookies, cache, history, close browser, open browser and go to forums, I do not see a https anywhere, even when I login.  I am assuming this is okay.

Edited by StarDew

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You wouldn't see it at all Dew. Only if  you log out and click register would the SSL come into play. The next version will have better full site integration.

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One thing I wish this site had was better emotes.  Ok I know it's a very minor thing.  But HF has a sarcasm emote.

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