Security broken, how to fix it

Dear user,

You are using without having proper encryption enabled. Your browser probably tells you about unsecure webpages as well.

Basically this means, you got here by using an outdated link. And no worries, the fix is just one click away.

Fix it now!

But why are you offering unsecure connections at all? was created at a time where providing encrypted connection was an expensive task. Meanwhile this has changed. So we enabled secure connections, and will switch off unsecure connections soon!

Why are you putting such pressure into such a detail?

Companies providing webbrowsers like Google or Mozilla started to warn users on attempts to transfer data like usernames and passwords by using not encrypted connections. We just want to keep away some hassle from you.

Technical background:

Webbrowsers can use different protocols. The most important protocol used when browsing through the world wide web is called HTTP. However, if you use HTTP, the data transfer between the webserver and your computer is not encrypted. Everyone between the webserver and you can read the data. This includes usernames and passwords.

This is easy to fix, you just need to switch over to a protocol called HTTPS. The S stands for SECURE, and it is secure because all the data transfers are encrypted. No other can read your username and password anymore. Makes sense?

To read more about this topic, just check out the following links.