We’re Changing Our Sites to Secure Servers

By | January 5, 2020
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We’re Changing Our Sites to Secure Servers

We’ve spent this weekend working on our WebCloudeight Secure Serverssites and moving them to SSL (Secure) servers. When this project is complete, you’ll see a lock and https:// in front of our URLs.  

This is a huge project and there’s a chance that for the next few days you may notice images missing and you may get mixed-content warnings. It may take a few days for us to get everything working perfectly again.

It may take us a week or so to get everything back to normal, so please bear with us as while we work on our move to secure servers. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience you may encounter.

As always, thanks so much for your support. We appreciate it very much!

20 thoughts on “We’re Changing Our Sites to Secure Servers

  1. Melody

    Your worth the wait and I appreciate the heads up. I would have hated kicking my computer thinking it was messing up or that a cyber attack had gotten in somehow and blocked your content! Happy New Year!!!!! Thanks for all you do to keep us safe and informed!

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  2. Martha

    Thanks for the heads up and happy you are going to secure servers. We are so lucky to have both of you keeping us safe.

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  3. Annabelle

    I wasn’t on my computer for a few days and when your site, which I have as my home page, wasn’t displaying correctly…. and I also received a message. I also got scared and thought…now what the heck ? I went to your computer tricks & tips page and saw your message, and now I know all is okay ! I’m still learning things about Windows 10 and get panicked very easily.

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  4. Sandy

    You two can do this. And like Melody said, “Your worth the wait.”

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  5. Dennis Hayden

    It took a couple of attempts but got this page up. Good luck on the move to your new server.

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  6. JonInOz

    Hi TC & EB,
    I am pleased to hear of your success, a couple of possible glitches, not a problem for you highly-skilled operators. 😉

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  7. Carol Robinson

    So what’s a couple glitches when in the end we know the site will be secure.
    Thanks for all the great info you share with us.

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  8. Teena R

    Now how could anyone be upset about things getting better. As I’ve said in the past and I’ll say it again, Thank you both for being there for all of us.

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  9. Teena R

    Now how could anyone be upset about things getting better. As I’ve said in the past and I’ll say it again, Thank you both for being there and Happy New Year

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  10. Gail Bartley

    Received your notice just now and my first attempt to get to your site rewarded me with a Page 404 Not Found and I screeched. You probably heard me. Anyway the 2nd attempt turned out just fine. Thank you so much for the heads up because I and many others rely on you two for so much! Thanks for always being there for us.

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  11. Jennifer

    Thank you so much for all you do for us. Thank you for your passion and commitment to provide the very best in computer service and education.

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  12. Charlotte Mitchell

    Please let me add my “two cents worth” and agree with all the wonderful compliments in previous messages. Your info is invaluable and we can all be patient as you work out the kinks and glitches.

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  13. Kenneth Davis

    I’m so pleased it will be a secure site and we won’t have to watch what we now click on with so many scams around these days. Well done, you deserve a medal each. Ken.

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  14. Norman Ogier

    I agree with Gail. Had a similar problem….tried again and it worked.
    Well done guys,no doubt this venture will be for the better.
    Keep up the good work in 2020.
    We need your honesty and business acumen in this weird and wonderful world of today.
    From Down Under

    Aussie Norm

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  15. Joyce Linsenmeyer

    I am not getting your daily newsletter is this because of the move?

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    1. infoave Post author

      The fact you’re not getting our daily newsletter isn’t related to our upgrade to secure servers. It’s related to your ISP (Verizon/AOL/Yahoo/OATH) blocking our newsletter.

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  16. Shirley

    I had that same problem the Gail had and I thought, “what the heck.” But, on the second try there was your email. I will wait forever for you. You two are the best thing that has happened for computer users. Happy New Year to both of you.

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  17. Jason Miller

    Will wonders never cease. I thought your site couldn’t be better but you proved me wrong. You’re going secure.
    Take your time. We can work around anything that happens. You taught us all well.

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  18. Dianne

    The last newletter I have received is this one. It is now Jan 8 so not sure what the problem is. Have never had a problem with my internet provider.

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