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    Alipan
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  • Alipan
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    Google UK still displays the message 'This site may be hacked'.

    Often when I click the link it takes me somewhere else which is not Zen Studios. If you go back and try again it usually works OK the second time!

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  • humor4fun
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    Hopefully you are not referring to this post from 5 (five) years ago when the issue was brought up, because it certainly has passed the 7,200 hour mark (closer to 40,000 hours).

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  • humor4fun
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    Having the "Dangerous" tag removed is one thing, but Chrome shouldn't honor your 'request to have it removed' if the site is still in fact insecure.



    A request for an HTTPS (secure) connection to the site is refused and redirected to the insecure site. Google will have zero reason to adjust the banner settings for the site until the site actually accepts a secure connection. I may seem like some random new user to the forums, but I am such because I am new to the pinball cabinet community. I also wear the hat of experienced white hat hacker.

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  • BarbieBobomb
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    Originally posted by humor4fun View Post


    Do you all know that the site here is reported by browsers as DANGEROUS? Let's Encrypt or StartSSL are free options (among others) for creating SSL/TLS certificates. You really really should consider getting a cert installed on the webserver.
    As I mentioned in another thread, we are aware and we have already fixed it, so there are no issues currently. It takes about 72 hours for Google to remove the warning so we are waiting on that.

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  • humor4fun
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    started a topic Zen Forums are Insecure

    Zen Forums are Insecure



    Do you all know that the site here is reported by browsers as DANGEROUS? Let's Encrypt or StartSSL are free options (among others) for creating SSL/TLS certificates. You really really should consider getting a cert installed on the webserver.
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