Many of you may have noticed that we have now moved Geekzone to a full HTTPS site. No need to explain (to most, I presume) this means enhanced privacy for you when posting and a bit more security (as in sessions shouldn't be hijacked if on an unsecure network, employers can't see what you're posting, etc).
The default policy we are enforcing now is for no mixed content. This means if a page has any element that is not served over HTTPS then that content will not appear. This also include photos you post, screenshots hosted on other non-HTTPS servers, Speedtest results, etc.
To make sure we keep everything as it should I have scrubbed our database and replaced http:// image links with https:// where possible - things like imgur, flickr, speedtest have https versions already. Some of those domains are also listed in the HTTPS Everywhere project so our CDN Cloudflare will automatically replace anything I missed when a page is served. But just in case you see something that is not right, please report the post and I will check if we can do something.
Even better, if you are not using a HTTPS service, just upload to Geekzone. If you try to post a non-HTTPS image your post will be rejected.
Thank you all!