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Trifletraxor    338

Hello Hive!

As we were getting close to our maximum storage space, a measly 5 GB, and did not want to pay a lot for an upgrade at IPS, some of the files are now stored externally with Amazon.

Please tell if you have any problems with downloads, attachments or images - these are the main files affected.

Cheers, Trifletraxor.

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Trifletraxor    338
1 hour ago, K Peterson said:

Profile images and cover photos appear to be borked.

Looks like it's Amazon that's having problems. We'll just have to wait. Should this happen regularly we'll have to reconsider using them.

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Trifletraxor    338
On 3.3.2017 at 8:06 PM, David Scott said:

You got it.

By the way, browser have started to flag any site without a SSL certificate as unsafe to write in a passwords for, as the passwords are not encrypted if the site is hacked. So, we'll have to get us one of those.

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SDLeary    191

Um... Trif...

Looks like a spammer got in again. Unless of course you are learning Korean, and just needed reading material.

In the Basic Roleplaying forum.

SDLeary

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Trifletraxor    338

Cleaned up now. Reverted back to email and administrator validation for new registrations. Takes longer time, but keeps out the spammers.

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Trifletraxor    338
3 hours ago, Nick J. said:

FYI, just got a Chrome warning about https://basicroleplaying.org not being a safe site. Just figured I should mention it, in case there's a problem with the site's security certificate or something.

I'm not able to reproduce this. Could you please post the entire warning you got, plus any information provided with it? Did you just type in the URL or did you search for it first, and if that is the case, what search engine did you use? Google's Safe Browsing Diagnostic Tool reports No unsafe content found. Do you use any add-ons to your browser which might have triggered the warning?

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g33k    735

No error or warning here (Chromebook).  FYI:

Version 58.0.3029.140 (64-bit)
Platform 9334.72.0 (Official Build) stable-channel auron_yuna
ARC Version 4015103
Firmware Google_Auron_yuna.6301.59.8

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correction / clarification

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Mankcam    984

I get that 'do not trust this security certificate' warning if I try to access BRP Central on my desktop PC using the Google Chrome web browser.

However I typically check in using my mobile device, an iPad, and don't get that warning via the Safari web browser.

I sometimes browse via my smartphone which also uses a version of Google Chrome, and it gets a similar warning. It may be a Google Chrome issue.

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Trifletraxor    338
6 minutes ago, Mankcam said:

I get that 'do not trust this security certificate' if I try to access BRP Central on my PC using Google Chrome web browser.

Could you post a screenshot? I'm not seeing the same myself using chrome.

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Mankcam    984

Ok back home. I couldn't work out how to send a direct screen shot, so I pasted it into a word doc and attached that - see attachment.

I think there may be an Adblock app in my Chrome browser, I suspect that is the cause of the message...

 

warning page.docx

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Trifletraxor    338

I think it's the faulty URL with the period at the end that brings up the insecure connection warning. https://basicroleplaying.org. Adding the period at the end gives warnings in firefox, explorer and chrome - and following that link leads to a misdirected request page.

Could you double-check this and see what happens if you go to https://basicroleplaying.org ?

 

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Mankcam    984

Followed your link in Google Chrome, and no problems :)

(So I've bookmarked to that link now)

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Trifletraxor    338
32 minutes ago, Mankcam said:

Followed your link in Google Chrome, and no problems :)

Great! :)

18 hours ago, Nick J. said:

FYI, just got a Chrome warning about https://basicroleplaying.org not being a safe site.

I assume a faulty URL was the reason behind your warning too Nick J., but please tell if that does not turn out to be the case. S.

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Nick J.    134
On 6/4/2017 at 3:56 AM, Trifletraxor said:

Great! :)

I assume a faulty URL was the reason behind your warning too Nick J., but please tell if that does not turn out to be the case. S.

Whoops, sorry I didn't reply sooner, I've been really busy and haven't visited since I reported that error. I just clicked on your link with the period following and it threw up the same error as before. I honestly don't remember if I typed in the address or used a bookmark from before, but I suspect I typed it in wrong.

Cheers

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g33k    735
On 6/4/2017 at 1:11 AM, Trifletraxor said:

I think it's the faulty URL with the period at the end that brings up the insecure connection warning. https://basicroleplaying.org. Adding the period at the end gives warnings in firefox, explorer and chrome - and following that link leads to a misdirected request page.

Could you double-check this and see what happens if you go to https://basicroleplaying.org ?

 

I can confirm that I see a "Your connection may not be secure" error (https explicilty reverted to http) when there's a terminal "." on an otherwise-identical URL.

 

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