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Azz is offline  
Location: South Wales, UK
Joined: Mar 2005
Posts: 18,574
18-08-2018, 01:38 AM

We have moved to a new server and HTTPS has been enabled!

Hi all

We have moved to a new server and HTTPS has been enabled - this means your connection to the forum is 'secure' and a small padlock should now show next to the URL in the address bar of your browser

If you run into any issues please let us know
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Gnasher is offline  
Location: East Midlands, UK
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18-08-2018, 08:50 AM
Well done Azz! Thanx v much x gnasher
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Dibbythedog is offline  
Location: Middlesex
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18-08-2018, 10:23 PM
Thats good. Well done. I can see the padlock there!
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Location: Suffolk, England
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19-08-2018, 12:08 PM
Well done Azz, I can see the little green padlock as well

I was never too worried about someone hacking into my Dogsey account however, the internet is getting worse (not better) for illegal hacking and anything you can do to prevent fraud and hacking is welcome.

But if Dogsey can do it why can't the big companies, with the Talk Talk fiasco a year or so back I gather that a lot of very personal data was not even encrypted
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Location: Belfast, N. Ireland
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12-02-2021, 05:15 PM
On a different matter, with Brexit has come problems for dog owners trying to take a dog from GB to Northern Ireland. Even assistance dogs need a vet certificate, with the dog having had a rabies inoculation, 21 days quarantine, tape worm treatment each time! No problem with bringing the dog from NI to GB, but try to get back with the SAME dog and the above treatment is needed! This is ridiculous - Contact your MP or sign the petition.Our indomitable puppy raising team here in NI have started a petition to parliament seeking a common travel area between GB, NI & ROI for guide dogs and assistance dogs
You can sign the petition here >>
Petition: Seek common travel area between GB NI & ROI for Guide dogs & Assistance dogs :
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