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Really Simple SSL 3.1.0

Over the past few weeks we have made a number of improvements to the free Really Simple SSL plugin. The 3.1.0 version of Really Simple SSL is released as of today, community feedback is much appreciated. This version includes the following tweaks and fixes: Tweak: added HTTP_X_PROTO as supported header These headers are used to …

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Complianz GDPR 1.2: Cookie notification with A/B testing and categories

Today Complianz GDPR premium 1.2.0 and Complianz GDPR 1.2.0 have been released! Both free and premium versions now have the option to use categories in the cookie warning. If you use Tag Manager, you can even connect the categories to specific events in Tag Manager, so you can fire as many dedicated cookie firing events …

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Really Simple SSL available in 21 languages!

I noticed this morning that Really Simple SSL is now available in 21 languages, which is pretty cool! See also the translation page here:https://translate.wordpress.org/projects/wp-plugins/really-simple-ssl Really Simple SSL is now installed on over 1 million websites, nearing 2 million, and downloaded 10000-15000 times each day! Do you want to add your language too? Please let me …

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Really Simple SSL 3.0.5

Thursday a new update for Really Simple SSL has been released. This version includes a number of minor tweaks: The mixed content fixer will no longer fire when it detects the content is XML The network menu on subsites always shows for Super Admins The flush rewrite rules upon activation has been delayed by one …

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Why every site should use SSL

Thinking about moving to SSL, and having doubts about if it’s necessary? I came across this article from Troy Hunt, and it’s not only a good read (read the Twitter discussions about the necessity for SSL), it only should stop any discussions about SSL adoption. At this point, we’re way past the point of “SSL …