https:/ now being used by PCA.

  Govan1x 10:11 06 Dec 2017
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Just noticed this morning that PCA has done what it said by using https:/ which makes the site more secure.

Now did it just start this morning or has it been like that for a while.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 11:06 06 Dec 2017

Not sure but Kaspersky keeps saying the certificate for this site is invalid.

  Aitchbee 11:11 06 Dec 2017

Does this now mean that PCA is going commercial, ie. selling things online?

  Govan1x 11:20 06 Dec 2017

No problem with any of my security programs Fruit Bat /\0/.

  Menzie 11:38 06 Dec 2017

No problems on Firefox for Android. It says that the certificate has been verified and all is normal.

  Govan1x 13:22 06 Dec 2017

Maybe time to give Kaspersky a scan Fruit Bat /\0/\ after all the revelations about it over the last week or so.

  Forum Editor 15:52 06 Dec 2017
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Aitchbee

It's a Google thing - take a look at this.

  LastChip 16:05 06 Dec 2017

To be honest, since LetsEncrypt has matured, there's really no good reason not to encrypt a web site connection. It's made it really simple to do and is free. The days of having to pay megabucks for a certificate and jumping through all sorts of hoops to get verified have long gone.

All the sites I'm currently responsible for use https. It's a no brainer and (allegedly) helps with Google rankings, as it's my understanding they are now taking that into account.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:53 06 Dec 2017

Kaspersky seems to have fixed it - site not throwing up an error this time I logged in :0)

  qwbos 17:14 06 Dec 2017

Maybe time to give Kaspersky a scan Fruit Bat /\0/\ after all the revelations about it over the last week or so.

Which revelations. Don't you mean groundless allegations?

  VCR97 18:48 06 Dec 2017

fruit Bat/\0/\

Same result here from Kaspersky. It started two days ago.

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