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  Reply # 550411 26-Nov-2011 20:18 Send private message

freitasm: Sure. Are you paying their subscription? Because I am sure they don't care enough to pay for one.

With that in mind, then, it probably doesn't matter.



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  Reply # 550413 26-Nov-2011 20:21 Send private message

As I said, I put SSL where it does matter: login (password), registration (password), user profile (password). We have some policies to end sessions based on IP changes (and some other stuff).

Because of privacy concerns (mine, no one ever said anything), I decided to extend SSL to message pages. That's because I thought it would be a nice touch to protect some people from connection monitoring.

We can't just extend this to every single page. That's how it is.





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