A more secure world

There has been a trend in recent years for websites to adopt TLS/SSL for security — where you see a lock icon in the web browser location field. This is definitely a good idea, even when the site doesn't have forms, but even more so when it does.

The Dejal site has supported TLS for a few years via the dejal.net site, which uses the Cloudflare content delivery network (CDN) to provide reliable sites. This is used by the apps to provide secure purchases and updates.

But until today, the main dejal.com site didn't support TLS... mainly through inertia. Now it does.

I'm considering this experimental at present, in case there are any issues, but you are welcome to use https:// with the dejal.com site now. If you get any errors, just remove the "s" to go back to the non-secure edition.

On a related topic, I've been suffering a lot of attempted forum spam recently. Pretty much all of it is caught before appearing, but the evildoers keep trying. So creating accounts now requires manual approval, to try to dry up that flood. Sorry for any inconvenience. As always, if you have an urgent question, you can use the contact form to email me.

Take me to the secure Dejal site!