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osdepot certificate not updated?
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I have recently updated my internet security suite
with "BitDefender Internet Security"
The "osdepot" site does not have an updated or untrusted certificate.
Obviously a "false positive"

I was wondering if others also experience this with "windows 10"
I used "kaspersky" before and this problem never occurred.
Thank you.

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I don't think there is a certificate, so your warning appears to be correct.

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OS4Depot has never had any certificate.

Vacca foeda. Sum, ergo edo

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Perfect, Thanks to all.

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Question: wouldn't it be time for implementing a secure https connection for OS4Depot?
Odyssey can handle it, IBrowse as well. So, what are the arguments against it?

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@PrimaxQuote:
Primax wrote:Question: wouldn't it be time for implementing a secure https connection for OS4Depot?
Odyssey can handle it, IBrowse as well. So, what are the arguments against it?

As far as I know it costs money to have https certificate.
Since there is no money transactions or sensitive users' information collection, there is no sense in having secure connections.

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Shouldn't cost anything at all if using Let's Encrypt.

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@drHirudo

I've recently converted my Amiga blog site to HTTPS, and my hosting provider charged nothing for the certificate.

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@OS4Depot maintainers

So, what do you think?

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Main question is why to use "BitDefender Internet Security" 🤔?

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@PixelHi

It's not a question of using particular protection software. Today, serious websites use HTTPS; simple as that.

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Put everything behind cloudflare and you don't need to buy any certificate. And of course you will gain speed too

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Put everything behind cloudflare...

Definitely don't do that- it would make it inaccessible to Odyssey (and presumably IBrowse, too).

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@msteed

Every ssl certificate would be an issue with ibrowse/odissey.. So the best solution would be no certificate at all. And however with cloudflare you can also disable SSL but still have benfits

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@msteed

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Put everything behind cloudflare...

Definitely don't do that- it would make it inaccessible to Odyssey (and presumably IBrowse, too).

Um, check the IBrowse website's certificate - it has been behind Cloudflare for some time. Needless to say, it works fine in IBrowse, otherwise we wouldn't use Cloudflare.

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@Futaura

I was thinking more of the threat protection aspect of Cloudflare- almost every time I encounter a website that wants me to prove I'm not a robot and then won't let me in no matter how many times I complete the CAPTCHA, it turns out to be Cloudflare. So I've come to associate Cloudflare with "can't go there with Odyssey." I imagine IBrowse also has this problem, though I've never actually tried it.

If that part of Cloudflare can be separated from the SSL/certificates part, then of course I have no objection to that.

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@msteed

Those features can be switched off or adjusted globally, and also via page rules (where, for example, you could disable them using a user agent match). That said, I don't think I've ever stumbled on one of Cloudflare's captcha pages using IBrowse.

However, with Cloudflare I'd be more concerned about how much bandwidth OS4Depot uses. Cloudflare could reduce the bandwidth uses at the hosting provider, but sometimes object to sites serving a lot of large static files and cancel accounts because of it (even paid subscriptions).

Most hosting providers offer Let's Encrypt certificates free of charge - it is a feature built into cPanel, for example. So, that would be the easiest solution. Cloudflare takes a fair bit of learning to get the best out of it.

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