Aug-19-2017, 15:34 GMT
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The next version of Google Chrome Webbrowser will WARN every user when they visit a website that has no httpS certificate and is using elements like text-input fields.
Well, this website is 15 years Old now, and I do not have the time (or will) to adapt it to their needs.
For regular users who read or post here I just want to inform you that "nothing has changed" or will change in October.
It is just googles try to form the web how they want it to be.
Years ago a secure website had to be installed if users type in data like their credit card or bank account details. Today they want this for every website and force webmasters to comply with it.
Yes, it is EASY for an hacker to attack this website and collect some data. But please understand, that hackers usually hack into really BIG websites to grab millions of accounts at one time (and most of them have been hacked in the last 10 years).
Theres nothing really interesting on paul-simon.info I would say.
(Anyway, changing the website from http to https is really a lot of work for this old website..not worth doing it).
Just please do not use your "internet banking password" also on paul-simon.info then you are safe ;-)
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