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    Still getting the "show all content" dialog on my end - IE11 on 7 pro 64

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    Quote Originally Posted by MegaloDon View Post
    No but I can get cutoff wheels. Not sure about diamond though.

    What for?
    I was able to make a counterbore by carving a 5/16" drill bit.
    I'm finding cheap diamond disks from China help keep the tools cooler during grinding.

    The arbor for these are of no use (they will destroy a decent collet!) but the disks fit the Dremel arbor.

    They will cut just about anything.
    http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from...wheel&_sacat=0
    Last edited by TommyDee; 03-12-2017 at 07:41 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Currently i opted for "let's certificate" which is FREE to my knowledge? :?

    Shall I remove https then? It's working fine right now on Mac and FFox as I type this :?
    This topic should probably be continued on another thread...

    @bolsoncerrado you should only switch to HTTPS when all content is served also with HTTPS. Until then it will misbehave for some users.
    All browsers will complaint about it because the site might be portraying to the user that it is secured but then some of the content is not.
    Some browsers are visually very annoying and others silently don't download that HTTP content and simply show a unsafe icon (on chrome it is a shield with a warning on the right of the nav bar).
    If you open the browser's console you can see exactly which content is being tried to load on HTTP.

    The requirement of Google is mainly for user's protection. They already up-score the search engine results on the sites that are HTTPS.
    Chrome since a long time shows to the user if the content is secured or not.
    No browser will limit sites to only HTTPS on a near future.

    Because users don't really know how to protect themselves online, leaving their very unsecured accounts and private data to the faith of the sites and networks, it is good that these companies are "forcing" the services to do this.

    Even if the print3dforum.com contains all assets under https it will be hard to not have those alerts. To be fully https is not very difficult to do, all the scripts that you use are available on https, and you only have 1 raspberrypi icon that needs to be fixed.

    On websites like forums where anyone can post and share content from external sources, mostly images hosted somewhere else, those images could be on sites with HTTP only. When a page of the forum displays that post with that unsecured image from somewhere else, it will show the warning to the user.

    My suggestion would be to keep HTTPS and continue the work to make everything served under HTTPS.
    I bet that there are a lot of people here having their password to be the same here and their email address or other sites.
    On HTTP it is stupidly simple to intercept any request to this site and collect everything that is being transferred (including the login credentials). With HTTPS, not so easy.

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    Yeah im having quite a bit of "hard" time finding the non secure content.... I tried a couple online tools that are supposed to list the non secure content for easy update but they don't work fine if at all.

    Know of any other such tool @Joao? Using the browser for this task is quite consuming so I guess there must be some sort of shortcut online somewhere....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bolsoncerrado View Post
    Yeah im having quite a bit of "hard" time finding the non secure content.... I tried a couple online tools that are supposed to list the non secure content for easy update but they don't work fine if at all.

    Know of any other such tool @Joao? Using the browser for this task is quite consuming so I guess there must be some sort of shortcut online somewhere....
    I don't know a tool that does that. I normally just use the browser inspector.

 

 

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