Email notifications from quiterss.org link to the https version of the site. When I go to https://quiterss.org/ with Firefox, I get the untrusted connection page, which explains "quiterss.org uses an invalid security certificate. The certificate is not trusted because no issuer chain was provided. (Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer) ". Here's some additional info I gleaned from the Rekonq web browser: Current connection is secured with SSL. Address: dom.prokudin.org IP address: 220.127.116.11 Encryption: RC4, using 128 bits of a 128 bit key Details: Auth = RSA, Kx = ECDH, MAC = SHA-1 SSL version: SSLv3 Certificate chain: dom.prokudin.org Subject Common name: dom.prokudin.org Organizational unit: Country: State: City: Issuer Common name: CA Cert Signing Authority Organization: Root CA Organizational unit: http://www.cacert.org Country: State: City: Trusted: NO, there were errors: The certificate authority's certificate is invalid The root certificate authority's certificate is not trusted for this purpose The certificate cannot be verified for interal reasons Validity period: 14/04/17 22:00 to 14/10/14 22:00 Serial number: 975441 MD5 digest: 65df81c26727425d5ad51b084fe4e106 SHA1 digest: be099f6408b17b275cc0ad6f9a9e05df2fa5fbd4
https access only to administrators.
You mean only admins can use the https? Then perhaps the email notifications to non-administrators should link to http.
QuiteRSS (and my statistics site: dom.prokudin.org, which is used by quiterss) uses free ssl cert from CACert which many opensource projects use. Because of it's free price some of browsers don't have it's Root CA certificate installed. You can install it from CACert site to avoid certificate error on a lot of sites with opensource . The instructions. Dissertation Proposal Writing Services
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