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Both for SEO and for the security, you should implement HTTPS/SSL.

 

Also, I think your IPBoard version is old since I am having problems with Facebook authentication.



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XenForo + Cloudflares free SSL is excellent choice.



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Exactly! This site needs a lot of updates...



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Maybe the admin / admin-team could give a quick statement on that issue?

Is money a problem?



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LetsEncrypt gives free ssl certs



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While this was planned, we do not have an active site maintenance team at this time so it isn't really feasible



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okay, thanks for the feedback.

Are there plans to build such a maintenance team in the near future? That could be their first big project. I'm sure there are some people in this forum that already have some knowledge in that area.



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I can do this,

Letsencrypt autogeneration with dehydrated + nginx update to 1.12 + ssl with http2

(you are still using nginx 1.6.2 lol)

 

But i wouldn't update the Forum, there are maybe Design incompatibilitys... or the Blog Page... or any other Plugins that are not compatible...

 

So you can have me as a free Server admin, but i will never do any moderator stuff... Not enough time for this...

 

Im working as a System Administrator in a big Company...

PM me if there is a need...

 

Cheers :-)







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