I suggest you add this feature to Studioware 2.0...

Login pages should be using https pages, not straight http.

Login pages should all be using https, not straight http. A malicious person could intercept login traffic sent over http - meaning they could capture user names and passwords as they are transmitted to Studioware's website from the end user's internet browser (e.g. Internet explorer, Firefox, etc). This is a risk to all users using Studioware, but especially to businesses who may rely on this website.

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    Michael shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →

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      • Katie Leavitt commented  · 

        I think it is only $70 with go daddy to get a secured site. If the Https is not there, your computer warns you that it is a potentially harmful site. This would detract students from signing up.

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