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20418 No.1830   [Delete]   [Edit

Really dudes? You guys are forcing SSL on this site and making us download certificates?

Seriously, do you really think forcing everyone to adopt SSL is actually going to prevent a government organization with advanced snooping technologies like the NSA from collecting/decrypting the data if they really wanted to?

http://www.techspot.com/news/53045-ssl-encrypted-communications-intercepted-and-stored-by-prism.html

You guys are idiots, you know that?

All this shit does is make it a pain in the ass for regular users who're just visiting the site (and make everything slower, too). I downloaded the certificates and forgot to checkmark the first box on the certificate installation prompt (pictured here).

This meant that even with the fucking certs installed, I still couldn't access the site. Redownloading it only results in an error message saying "This certificate is already installed as a certificate authority". It took me forever to figure out how to edit certificates already installed on my browser.

Who's to say some other retard might might not end up doing the same thing? It'll just prevent him from going on the site altogether.

Stop this SSL shit and just quit acting paranoid already. If the NSA or any other organization really wanted your data, they're gonna be able to get to it regardless.

Last edited 13/07/21(Sun)17:08.

>> No.1831   [Delete]   [Edit]
> You guys are idiots, you know that?

Okay.png

> All this shit does is make it a pain in the ass for regular users

That's the point, too many new fags.

>> No.1832   [Delete]   [Edit]

>>1831

>That's the point, too many new fags.

Tell me you're joking. I hardly ever see any users on this site at all, much less newfags.

>> No.1833   [Delete]   [Edit]

You can't see the metrics I can. Nor do you check every public+hidden board semi-hourly. We have new fags everywhere. I need to stop this.

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>>1833
I support this. Them fuckers are making a ton of work for the staff.

>> No.1835   [Delete]   [Edit]

>>1833

What are you talking about? Many of these boards are inactive and can go for days without a single post.

What the fuck is your definition of a newfag anyways?

>> No.1836   [Delete]   [Edit]

>>1835
You know, arguing with the site's owner about a choice he makes is pretty stupid. If you are unhappy with the way he runs the site he pays for and he maintains, go start your own and show all of us lamers how it's supposed to be done.
Sage for pointlessness.

>> No.1837   [Delete]   [Edit]

Desuchan could use more new people to be quite honest.

>> No.1838   [Delete]   [Edit]

okay.jpg
how do Install these crt things for chrome?

do I have to install them on chrome? chrome on intel-mac even.
i can access the site but i get weird red x's and lined over https :/

>> No.1839   [Delete]   [Edit]

The problem with forced SSL is that it causes trouble for Oldfags as well.

>>1838
Try using http instead of https.

>> No.1840   [Delete]   [Edit]

>>1839
cheers! that totally worked! thanks.

>> No.1896   [Delete]   [Edit]

Full images open via http, not https. Should be fixed FTW.

>> No.1903   [Delete]   [Edit]

>>1896
This.

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>>1896
A wild help appears!

Get HTTPS Everywhere and add this custom ruleset:
http://pastebin.com/hg1PyNMb

This should redirect every image request to https before it leaves your browser. It won't stop it from bitching about insecure links, though.

Here is info about adding new rulesets: https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere/rulesets

Last edited 14/02/13(Thu)18:43.

>> No.1938   [Delete]   [Edit]

>>1933
This should be fixed right now, but continuing from this guy.

  • Save http://desuchan.net/https.xml somewhere
  • open about:support
  • click on the "Open directory" button besides profile directory.
  • find the HTTPSEverywhereUserRules dir
  • move the https.xml into that directory
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we decent cert now

>> No.1980   [Delete]   [Edit]

certificate expired? fix plz?



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