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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 …

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Complianz GDPR free WordPress plugin

The last months we have been working hard on our full service GDPR plugin for WordPress, and yesterday we have released the free version of the Complianz GDPR WordPress plugin. This plugin is meant for website owners with visitors in the European Union, who want to comply with the new GDPR privacy regulations. There are …

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Really Simple SSL 3.0.2

The 3.0.2 version includes two minor fixes: Usage of uppercase on images caused images on the SSL settings page to show as “not found” We recently discovered a situation where the marker data-rsssl wasn’t replaced when the body tag did not include any classes or attributes. This does not affect functionality at all, but causes …

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Really Simple SSL 3.0.1

Today we released a minor update for Really Simple SSL, the 3.0.1 version. The deactivating Really Simple SSL while keeping the site on https, is a new feature since 3.0, but due to a bug this didn’t work yet. The javascript redirection is now disabled by default. You can still enable it in the settings …