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posted by Krow on 02:41 AM July 6th, 2000   Printer-friendly   Email story
Sparky J writes "After spending quite a few hours getting slashcode working on my server (watch this site for YASS soon!), I have a question. Is there a relatively simple way to restrict to use SSL? I wouldn't want any passwords being sniffed as I log in to admin my site... Freedom's Heartland"
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  • I've been meaning to set SSL up for as well -- I find it rather scary using through HTTP...

    Would a Redirect do the job?

    Redirect /

    Or is something more complicated needed?

  • by Anonymous Coward
    I think you could use the Require SSL in apache applied to a directory where you put this script.

    Matthieu Araman
  • What I want to do is make it so Slash can be agnostic about the protocol. Set up http and https to point to the same place on the server, so users and admins alike can choose to go to http or https at will. This shouldn't be too tough to do; it should work by simply making $I{rootdir} = '//'; the only problem with this is that $I{rootdir} is used in places where an absolute URL is needed. Basically, we need another variable, like $I{absolute_rootdir}, to use in those places, and then everything should Just Work (I hope).