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Re: GF9 Tanks Army Builder

Posted: Sat May 06, 2017 12:49 am
by pfclt
So I tried this on my wife's computer and it works fine (windows 10), but its not working on mine (windows 7). I don't know if that has anything to do with it. Or its just my computer?

Thanks Sismis!!!!!!

Re: GF9 Tanks Army Builder

Posted: Sat May 06, 2017 8:53 am
by sismis
You are right, it doesn't work on Internet Explorer 8 on my wife's Win7. I'll try to see if there is problem with some function I use and quick fix, however IE8 is no longer supported by MS and developers recommend use of any serious browsers :D like chrome or firefox. We might put that "best viewed with" text on the bottom of the page..

Re: GF9 Tanks Army Builder

Posted: Sat May 06, 2017 1:00 pm
by sismis
I tried to fix it but to no avail for IE8. Fixed few errors and downgraded scripts, however now it just stands empty. Might work on IE9 though, you can try on http://tanks.aamcardbase.com/index2.aspx

Re: GF9 Tanks Army Builder

Posted: Sat May 06, 2017 1:16 pm
by pfclt
I am using IE11 but I switched over to firefox and it works. So it seems maybe it's windows 7/IE in general?

But with firefox - when I sign in to this forum it tells me my info isn't secure ?? I signed in anyway.

Re: GF9 Tanks Army Builder

Posted: Sat May 06, 2017 5:29 pm
by sismis
With unsecure login it's just that http is treated as "insecure" while web pages on encrypted https are unreadable. It means that http traffic from website to your browser or other way can be intercepted and read. However something must be hacked in the path from you computer to destination server, which is not _that_ easy, and read through gazillion of megabytes of data. Bad if you are someone important, not that bad if it's just hobby forum login.

Ok I seem to have fixed it, try reload with F5 to clear cache to get new script. Because of your providing feedback, happy IE crowd can now browse thanks to you ;)

Re: GF9 Tanks Army Builder

Posted: Sat May 06, 2017 6:07 pm
by pfclt
sismis wrote:
Sat May 06, 2017 5:29 pm
With unsecure login it's just that http is treated as "insecure" while web pages on encrypted https are unreadable. It means that http traffic from website to your browser or other way can be intercepted and read. However something must be hacked in the path from you computer to destination server, which is not _that_ easy, and read through gazillion of megabytes of data. Bad if you are someone important, not that bad if it's just hobby forum login.

Ok I seem to have fixed it, try reload with F5 to clear cache to get new script. Because of your providing feedback, happy IE crowd can now browse thanks to you ;)
Thanks Sismis!!!!!!!!!!!! Working good now.

On the sign in ---- Thanks for the rundown on insecure log in. Kind of felt it wasn't a big deal ... they wouldn't get much from a gaming forum.

Re: GF9 Tanks Army Builder

Posted: Sun May 07, 2017 9:33 am
by sismis
Glad it works ;)

Chrome has from beginning of this year I think started to mark green sites on https with green "Secure" text, so it's fairly recent browser movement. It's nice to remind user to not sent sensitive data, however for average Joe this has no major threat, for now. As they say in security forum, eavesdropping is mainly used by famous three-letter american agency :D