Killington zone not secure?

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    Killington zone not secure?

    My iPad is reporting Kzone as not secure - anyone else seeing this or know anything about it?

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    Looks like it never got converted to HTTPS

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    I hacked it. You will now get pop ups of my balls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FBGM View Post
    I hacked it. You will now get pop ups of my balls.
    So, about as useful as your typical content.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BenedictGomez View Post
    So, about as useful as your typical content.

    More entertaining and informative than your banter.
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    Modern browsers are now identifying more clearly any websites that do not have valid SSL certificates. I thought there were some people on this forum that do that type of work, maybe they have a better explanation.

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    Why does it matter? Kzone isnt selling anything. The only time I worry if a site is secure is if I plan buying anything from it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skiur View Post
    Why does it matter? Kzone isnt selling anything. The only time I worry if a site is secure is if I plan buying anything from it.
    You worry if you care about your username/password.

    When it's "Not Secure" the data is being passed back and forth unencrypted, meaning anyone looking at it can see it.

    As you point out, that's not a big concern if you are just reading text, however when you submit your username and password, those credentials good get (easily) stolen. This shouldn't be a big deal, but if you use that username and password on other sites, you've just given that information away for free.

    If you are using a separate username and password for every website you log into, then it won't matter much... but most people don't do that.

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    I'll also add to iron hippy that data stolen can also include first and last name, town address, and what ever other information you have in your profile.

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