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As many of you will know, there is a big push by those who control the internet, for all web pages to be encrypted.

We strongly agree with that philosophy.

However some older browsers don't work well, or maybe won't even work at all, with https encryption.

Because they don't recognise the modern encryption codes that were made after they were, older browsers and older phones will (or may) put out warnings that this site is not secure.
If you were using an older browser and were trying to visit our encrypted 'https://site', our sytem may have recognised that it was not going to work and redirected you to the un-encrypted 'http:// version' of the site instead of the encrypted 'https://version'.

If you are still experiencing issues, or would like a very slightly faster browsing experience, click here to be redirected to our un-encrypted site:

The only thing of real importance, your credit card details if you use one, will still be encrypted as we use a separate encrypted card processor.

And whilst you are here, if you are still reading, we'd just like to gripe about what a scam it is that the whole world is being cajoled, bullied and tricked into getting these 'security certificates' from a small bunch of overseas monopolistic providers at $100 or more per pop per year, when in fact anyone can create their our own in 30 minutes or so.

For commercial certificates, the cost is $100 for and another $100 for without the www. and another $100 for every other 'subdomain' we want to register.

Self made encryption certificates are exactly the same. The data they encrypt is just as encrypted.

The only difference is that with the $100 certificate, the issuer verifies that this company is 'legit'.

Most likely they don't actually do anything. They just say 'its verified'. We paid them for it and the payment went through. So they are happy and will say anything. They certainly don't seem to look further. And how on earth can these companies, with names like 'go-daddy', or any other multi-national, private enterprises just like us, prescribe for themselves some form of devine right to issue the 'be all and end all' of verifications.

At least if the money went back to America so they could get some taxes and spend it on .... (you fill in the blanks). Oh well. I guess the Irish or the people of the Bahamas need money too.

But if we make and implement our own certificate, the end user will get a massively terrifying warning telling them not to go near our site, A warning that is so scary we nearly turned the computer off ! And we made our site ourselves!! Still it scared us.

Anyway, we thought the governmint was supposed to protect us from all this sort of stuff.

And we don't have twitter so we can only rant on our own website. Which is good, no one can rant back. Probably because no one reads it. (In fact we don't have the internet yet either. Just a phone and a fax machine. And don't start us on the NBN....grrrhhh. We could do a chapter by special request.)

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