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  1. Tom Holder
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    09 Feb 2004
    01 Apr 2005
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    If you have a look at http://www.codeproject.com/aspnet/WebPageSecurity_v2.asp?df=100&forumid=53615&select=1055617#xx1055617xx you will see an HTML module from a very clever chappy who has built a great solution to redirecting pages/forcing pages to SSL where required.

    I can see that this would tie in beautifully with sitefinity, all you would need is a tick box on the add/edit page called 'Secure under SSL' and amend the above HTTP module to work with the sitefinity page structure and hey presto!

    Really hope to see something like this implemented in the next realease, almost all of our sites these days requires some sort of SSL secured booking form, ecommerce etc.
  2. Vassil Petev
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    05 Apr 2005
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    Hello Tom.

    Thank you for the link - indeed this would be a very nice addition to Sitefinity and we will do our best to include this SSL HTML module for the next Sitefinity version.

    We will agree that in this world the importance of SSL is becoming critical. This is the reason we think that adding a SSL module will give us a good advantage in the eyes of our customers. Thank you for sharing your ideas. Your points have been updated.

    Let us know if you would like to see additional features added in Sitefinity.

    Best Regards,
    telerik

  3. Bert
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    10 Apr 2005
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    I would like to endorse Tom's suggestion. I've used the WebSecurity module and it really helps with all the issues around SSL. You can mix secure and non secure content and you can also avoid all the warning messages about leaving a secure site and entering a secure site. It's all managed by a config file where you nominate which parts you want for SSL and which parts you don't.

    I'm just starting work on a customer site using (testing) SiteFinity and I will have a go at integrating WebSecurity.

    Count my vote for Tom's suggestion in the next release.

    Bert
  4. Vassil Petev
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    11 Apr 2005
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    Hello Bert.

    Thank you for sharing your WebSecurity experience with us. We logged your vote towards the integration of a SSL module in Sitefinity. Please, let us know how Sitefinity works with WebSecurity as this is quite interesting for us as well.


    Regards,
    the telerik team
  5. Tom Holder
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    One important bit of functionality this also offers that is very important, I'm mentioning it as I'm sure you'll implement your own, is that you can set where the SSL security is implemented, Remote Only, All etc (in the same way as net debuging) this is great because it makes testing locally a real cinche.

    Thanks
    Tom
  6. Chris
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    11 Apr 2005
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    Thanks again, Tom. We'll certainly consider implementing this functionality in Sitefinity.

    All the best,
    telerik
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