Security problem on DCSki?
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Denis - DCSki Supporter
one month ago
Member since 07/12/2004
2,170 posts

When I logged on I got a message that this site has inadequate security.  It went on to say that Safari warns about websites using TLS 1.0 and 1.1.  I'm not allowed to copy the full statement but that is the gist of it.

Rickh
one month ago
Member since 12/2/2004
130 posts

That's actually your browser expecting a higher level of TLS. DCSKI is using 128 encryption and the new browsers will warn you if not 256. Scott needs to upgrade the server.

Denis - DCSki Supporter
one month ago
Member since 07/12/2004
2,170 posts

Thanks.  That's reassuring.  I just got a new iPad and thought/hoped it might be a side effect of that and not a matter of serious concern.

Scott - DCSki Editor
one month ago
Member since 10/10/1999
1,091 posts

The all-new DCSki -- which I'm aiming to launch tomorrow -- addresses this issue and uses the latest security protocols.  As RickH indicated, web browsers are starting to warn when older encryption protocols are used.  It's not a serious concern in the case of legacy DCSki, so need to worry, but you won't see that warning on the new site.

The Colonel - DCSki Supporter
one month ago
Member since 03/5/2004
3,060 posts

Really looking forward to the NEW DCSki and it being easier to post phots and referenced sites,etc.                 

The Colonel aka MorganB

 

Scott - DCSki Editor
one month ago
Member since 10/10/1999
1,091 posts

Just a quick followup: now that I've launched the new server, you shouldn't see any security warnings anymore. DCSki is now getting a higher SSL security score than most popular sites like Apple, CNN, Microsoft, etc.

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