[ic] [process secure=1] always secure?

Davor Ocelic docelic at spinlocksolutions.com
Thu Nov 15 17:21:59 EST 2007

On Thu, Nov 15, 2007 at 04:25:41PM -0500, Bill Carr wrote:
> On Nov 15, 2007, at 3:55 PM, Grant wrote:
> >If I'm posting a form in IC with:
> >
> ><form action="[process secure=1]" method="post">
> >
> >and I land on an https page, the information sent is secure even if
> >the above appears on a plain http page right?
> Yes,
> Place this on your page to test it:
> <pre>
> process: [process]
> process secure: [process secure=1]
> </pre>


I think Grant actually meant whether the data is sent
securely even if the page with the form was served over 
plain http.

the answer is yes, it is sent securely.

In any case, I kind of find it a bit less nicer than showing
the login page (or whatever) in https directly. That way
visitors don't have to think twice.

I usually see a login window over http and then browse
page source to see if the action is set to https.


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