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Kawa
Posted on 07-13-18 02:55 PM Link | ID: 135896
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I wonder, is it worth it to get HTTPS on my server, considering the only parts where there's something even slightly interesting that involves passwords and such are a dead board and wiki? If so, since it's on a subdomain (helmet.kafuka.org, much like how this is board.kafuka.org), do I need my own certificate? I really have no clue.


Jamie
Posted on 07-13-18 02:58 PM Link | ID: 135899
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HTTP doesn't cover all subdomains. A hip and trendy modern server should slap HTTPS everywhere to obsoletise anything old! (Seriously tho, if you're not running anything where other people can submit data you don't need HTTPS)

Epele
Posted on 07-13-18 03:26 PM Link | ID: 135909
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You would need your own certificate. The one used here states it is issued to "board.kafuka.org", which means it doesn't cover the rest of the domain.


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Kawa
Posted on 07-13-18 05:28 PM Link | ID: 135933
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A'ight, forget all about that then :3


Danika
Posted on 07-13-18 09:53 PM Link | ID: 136024

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I use plain old HTTP on my site because it is only static material and designed to be accessed from vintage machines 😘 Probably one of the only times you'd want HTTP over S


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Moonlight Capital
Posted on 07-14-18 07:48 AM Link | ID: 136070
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https://doesmysiteneedhttps.com/

This may help.

Jamie
Posted on 07-14-18 10:43 AM (rev. 2 of 07-18-18 10:12 AM by Jamie) Link | ID: 136078
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the answer is 'yes' and 'LetsEncrypt' if you are a hipster

HTTPS centralises the internet tbh

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