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The Forum login page does not appear to be "secure". The address has HTTP vs HTTPS and I don't see a "lock". Exposes user ID and password to hackers.
My browser is Internet Explorer
I think this is even more important with Verizon 2.0 and the forums being linked together with everything else that includes our billing accounts.
You are indeed observant and right to be concerned. However, if you take a look at the HTML source behind the logon form, you'll see that the post of the contents is actually made to:
Note the "https". The contents of your login credentials are indeed being passed in a secure manner. No worries.
Also, if you watch the address bar when you actually send the login information you will see the http change to https while the login is occuring, and then change back to http when it is completed. At least I see that on Firefox, I don't know if you would see the same on other browsers, but I think you would.
graymare wrote:The Forum login page does not appear to be "secure". The address has HTTP vs HTTPS and I don't see a "lock". Exposes user ID and password to hackers. My browser is Internet Explorer
Yes they are correct. This was discussed last year, and my memory fails me. But it is even more important now. Same applies for Email. The forums do it the same way.
Changed category to Verizon Community.
It is not as secure as we (the end users would like).
I point to http://forums.verizon.com/t5/Share-Your-Ideas-with-Verizon/Please-deploy-full-SSL/idi-p/244061
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