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Any plans on making the Wiki, downloads and this forum available via SSL?


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#1 assarbad

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Posted 02 August 2013 - 02:12 PM

The downloads - at least for Mac OS X and Windows - should be the least concern since they can be signed. For Linux a PGP signature could do and hashes could be provided. However, the login credentials for the Wiki and this forum are still transmitted plain-text. Any idea when this could be changed to be SSL-secured?

 

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#2 elegantinvention

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Posted 05 August 2013 - 03:27 PM

This is definitely planned, but I have no immediate timeline. My focus has been on the firmware, but once this latest issue is resolved I should have time to push isostick.com and wiki.isostick.com to SSL. Unless there are any objections, I plan to move the entire site to SSL all the time, and employ HSTS.

 

Signing of the Linux and MacOS X binaries is also on the way, the Windows binaries are already signed.


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#3 assarbad

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Posted 06 August 2013 - 09:47 AM

This is definitely planned, but I have no immediate timeline. My focus has been on the firmware, but once this latest issue is resolved I should have time to push isostick.com and wiki.isostick.com to SSL. Unless there are any objections, I plan to move the entire site to SSL all the time, and employ HSTS.

 

Signing of the Linux and MacOS X binaries is also on the way, the Windows binaries are already signed.

Very cool. Thanks for the update.






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