[amsat-bb] Re: Satellites and IT challenges

David Johnson dave at thejohnsonsonline.net
Sun Dec 22 14:22:45 PST 2013


We chose to use https on the funcube warehouse to protect login
registration info. It turns out that the certificate provider we use does
not fully honour the protocol and does not send the organisation 'O' code.

We are aware of the problem and are going to revert back to http and remove
login registration requirement.

This will also allow the map to work on all browsers.

We will still require that users of the dashboard enter their site info.
Email validation will still take place.


Dave, G4DPZ
On behalf of AMSAT-NL/AMSAT-UK
On 22 Dec 2013 21:30, "PA3GUO" <pa3guo at upcmail.nl> wrote:

> Just in case, hoping for some good tips/suggestions;
> IT topic 1: Funcube-1 Warehouse
> When I go to https://warehouse.funcube.org.uk/ranking.html?satelliteId=2
> on my Nexus 7 tablet (Android 4.4) I get the explicit warning that this is
> unsafe.
> No other website gives this message. I knows it's an https site, but still.
> Any thoughts ?
> (ps: I just clock continue and it's all fine, but it still feels
> uncomfortable)
> IT topic 2: Triton-1
> http://www.isispace.nl/HAM/
> I have Bitdefender Internet Security as spam/virus/.. software on all my
> PCs
> here.
> Never I have seen it blocking a website.
> But: . this Triton website is immediately flagged as unsafe and blocked: so
> I did not go in.
> Any thoughts ?
> IT topic 3: AMSAT Email
> For the past 3..4 weeks my ISP blocks amsat, so pa3guo @ amsat.org does
> not
> reach me.
> Best way to contact me is via pa3guo @ upcmail.nl.
> .. Initially I thought it was my ISP, then I suspected AMSAT, and now I
> don't know anymore, but I hear more people in the Netherlands have this
> issue, also people with a different ISP, while other people with the same
> ISP can (!) use amsat.org without problems. It seems to be a sticky
> problem.
> Henk, PA3GUO
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