Exeweb.com - not secure?

IndoMike

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I got an email from a bloke called Fred Binney's Head (Lagos) who said he'd bash me on the head with a mallet, pull off my ears and chop me up into a million pieces if I didn't send him
a fiver before midnight.
It was signed "Norman Collier".
I'm sure this was due to the insecure website.
Sort it out, Spankers!
 

Hants_red

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I have spoken to those nice people at Nimbus who host our websites, and they say that they can migrate us to a new server which will give us a PHP upgrade which should sort out the edit problem,and we can then make the site secure through the use of a SSL certificate. Best of all they say that they can do this for free!
 

iscalad

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I have spoken to those nice people at Nimbus who host our websites, and they say that they can migrate us to a new server which will give us a PHP upgrade which should sort out the edit problem,and we can then make the site secure through the use of a SSL certificate. Best of all they say that they can do this for free!
Yay, good news. Well done old chap.
 

Hants_red

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New Exeweb doesn't work. ;(;(;(;(

Looks like we'll need to spend some money getting the PHP/MySQL issues sorted.
 

GrecianLez

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How about a new share issue Spankers so that the Great Unwashed can get a slice of the action when Exeweb is floated on the AIM Market ? :)
The share price was strong once, then we banned poultice and it became valueless
 
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