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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)

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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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