SSL everywhere

Today Tagul is switched to serve content through SSL. If you look at the URL bar, you’ll see https at the beginning of the URL. That extra s after “http” means you’re browsing over an encrypted and secure connection. Now 100% of Tagul web traffic is served over a secure, SSL connection.

What is SSL and why does it matter?
An SSL connection encrypts all the data that is passed between your browser and our web server. This prevents someone from intercepting those communications. SSL is like two people talking in a private room. Unencrypted connections of the http variety are like talking in a crowded bar, where anyone on the network can listen in. As the web matures, and attacks get more sophisticated, SSL is becoming more and more important.

We take security seriously at Tagul and we are excited to offer this extra layer of privacy and security to our customers and visitors.

Comments (2)

  • sou4tagul 9 years ago #

    We have a https site. Though you have mentioned that tagul uses https connection, but the script source is running with http instead of https ( Thus the tagul code is not loading by default in our https site (unless clicking on unblock option).

    For experiment purpose we have used the https option with the (script source url) but that is showing "This Connection is Untrusted" error. So, can you please guide us how to use tagul HTML embedded code (under Place on a Web Page section) with https so that in our https site it displays without any unblock option.

    • Alex 9 years ago #

      Currently the only way to use Tagul clouds on https site is to host script file yourself and change the embedding code to point to your hosted script location. CDN doesn't support https at the moment.

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