site is not secure (in RED!)

Your connection is not fully secure
This site uses an outdated security configuration, which may expose your information (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards) when it is sent to this site.
The connection used to load this site used TLS 1.0 or TLS 1.1, which are deprecated and will be disabled in the future. Once disabled, users will be prevented from loading this site. The server should enable TLS 1.2 or later.

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  • I guess the ultimate questiomn is will the errors on this site ever get fixed?
    AGuynFLUSA 04/04/2021 06:15 PM
  • I wonder does anyone care?
    Will they ever spend the $6 & up to get an SSL certificate?
    AGuynFLUSA 01/20/2021 08:49 AM
  • HI Guys
    Any idea on how long it will take to fix the problem?
    It really messes with loading the site & sometimes Google chrome rejects the site.
    I know what needs to be done & it not that hard to et it done.
    Do you need help?
    AGuynFLUSA 11/06/2020 08:51 AM
  • I have the same concern and find it difficult to find contact information. I want to know two things:
    1) What is being done to make this site secure and when will it happen?
    2) How can I delete my profile and end my participation in this site? I'd like to remove all information from the site if it is not secure.
    SFMuscleDaddy 09/26/2020 07:26 PM
  • Thought I'd check in, it been more than 25 days since you guys said you were going to fix the Secure / SSL / https.
    I have about a dozen site I help & I've installed & help upgrade their site's to go secure. These days the cost to buy a New SSL certificate is under $15, some acs cheap as $6.
    Do you need help?
    AGuynFLUSA 09/19/2020 08:36 AM
  • my security suite still advises that the site is not secure
    jefhelftl 09/15/2020 12:28 PM
  • Well as a web developer I can see some of their issues.
    1 They have a valid certificate, but it expires in 20 days. This link will tell you all: …

    2- they could go to but a new certificate for $5 or more depending on the type of certificate they want.

    3- First they need to look at their setup & coding. Somewhere in their scripts it calling for some of the files they are loading from unsecure locations. 1 non secure call, ruins the https:

    4 - I did find this line at very top of their pages wrong. it the line that sets up on the page is to respond in browsers. it calls "
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "">
    <html xmlns="">"

    Then there are other calls to non https within the pages

    5- I would be happy to help debug the issue for them if they like. I tried contacting them about it but never got a response.

    AGuynFLUSA 09/04/2020 08:58 AM
  • Hey babes. I want to talk dirty with someone. Write me here My profile @69john
    John69 09/03/2020 03:42 PM
  • I have recently gotten with the installation of my new PC that the security is outdated, not secure & an option to proceed. The administrators need to update security.
    chaseman 08/25/2020 12:05 PM
  • Thanks for letting us know. Our hosting provider has been bought out by a new provider and the SSL security certificate didn’t transfer properly.
    We’re on it and will be fixed shortly
    Marc 08/25/2020 01:22 AM