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(05-26-2021, 10:17 PM)karthik_code Wrote: Please set http to https redirection for Codeigniter.com, I am using a major broadband service from India, it seems almost all non-https sites are served with malicious script. So, all links in the page redirects to spam and malicious script sites.

I confirmed this with multiple devices & network. These are happening at Service provider server side.
So, it is better to have only https version of codeigniter.com

I've been told on Slack that they will look into why HTTP traffic isn't redirected to HTTPS. In the mean time, try an browser plugin like HTTPS Everywhere from the EFF. https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere (or switch to an ISP that doesn't do these malicious things if that's possible).

(03-23-2020, 08:21 AM)atsanna Wrote: I would like to point out that in the last week I have encountered, more and more often, an error while accessing the home page of the site.
Clearing cookies or changing browsers does not solve the problem.
The problem looks the same way with Chrome, Firefox, Opera and Edge.

It looks okay now

use firefox and enable https only mode

How can i found the code, can anybody share the info, i wanna use in project. Thanks.

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