slayerduck
02/11/16 02:22PM
Full SSL Support for rule34.xxx
As title says we now have full SSL support for rule34.xxx, that means that if you use https://rule34.xxx all the traffic between you and our server is encrypted. All 3rd party ads and resources also support and use https.

The reason it took so long before i had this available is not because i didn't want to, i had SSL configuration for 4 years but the ad networks didn't support it and no ads = no rule34

We don't force SSL upon users so you are still able to visit us without https if you wish.
nxrighthere
03/22/16 08:35AM
The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because the authenticity of the received data could not be verified. Please contact the website owners to inform them of this problem. Alternatively, use the command found in the help menu to report this broken site.

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Firefox 46.
slayerduck
03/23/16 02:55AM
I'm certain our cert is valid and set up correctly: https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html#hostname=https://rule34.xxx/

if you get this error there is a pretty good chance somebody is spying on you, at this point you might as well not use https because accepting an cert that's not our is pointless security wise ;/

Thats also a reason i don't force http to https, some countrys might completely block anything encrypted or old browsers don't support the SSL technology we do.
nxrighthere
03/23/16 01:15PM
It seems like my ISP is trying the SSL cert spoofing for the traffic interception.
slayerduck
03/23/16 02:48PM
nxrighthere said:
It seems like my ISP is trying the SSL cert spoofing for the traffic interception.


Yep, exactly what i though but you worded it perfectly :)
Kingpin
04/15/16 03:04PM
Hey, slayerduck. Do you have to pay for these ssl certs?
One thing you could do is check out letsencrypt. They provide free certs to any website. The only drawback is that the certs expire in three months.
slayerduck
04/15/16 04:49PM
Kingpin said:
Hey, slayerduck. Do you have to pay for these ssl certs?
One thing you could do is check out letsencrypt. They provide free certs to any website. The only drawback is that the certs expire in three months.


Yea i know about letsencrypt but i haven't tried it yet, they still in beta and all and the certs i buy are only $5 per year so its no issue at all. Maybe in a few years I'll try them out :)
Stacie
06/28/16 08:12AM
what are the advantages to ssl?
Crewmen
07/23/16 12:39AM
Stacie said:
what are the advantages to ssl?

It's much harder for certain people (anyone on your local network, your ISP, NSA, etc.) to see exactly what you're doing; plus, it's nowhere near as easy for them to steal your account credentials as it is without encryption.
shadowXsnake90
07/28/16 11:08PM
is there a way to delet a account?
was just wondering i havent figured out how to delet this account (have another i use) and wanted to delete this one can that be done?
Zxcasd
12/27/16 07:13AM
How to make pic request?
bipface
12/27/16 07:26AM
Zxcasd said:
How to make pic request?

instead of hijacking random unrelated threads, how about starting your own thread?
Zxcasd
12/27/16 07:42AM
Cant do that there is no option
Sektzem
12/27/16 05:28PM
https://observatory.mozilla.org/analyze.html?host=rule34.xxx

take it with a grain of salt. Least websites manage to score good in this test (and most of them have a higher need for security)
bipface
12/27/16 08:44PM
Sektzem said:
Least websites manage to score good in this test (and most of them have a higher need for security)


Yeah some of those criteria seem quite obscure.

I'd recommend HTTP->HTTPS redirection though; I'm using a browser addon for that at the moment, and it's been going great so far.

Only problem is that it invalidates any 'http:' browser history entries; I had to convert all my history myself.
(faced the same issue when exhentai.org activated HTTPS)
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