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A plugin containing a set of tools and filters that prevent displaying insecure (non-HTTPS) user-generated content.

Takes care of images, videos and avatars - see the detailed list of features.

[Image: preview_47371_1427128526_906ee429ebd3417...775a2c.png]

http://community.mybb.com/mods.php?action=view&pid=450


Version 1.0 (build #2, MD5: 75d1a04fc0bc2ee648c069e6ad0cd88f)
Version 1.0.1 (build #3, MD5: b7666522696c0cc178988cbc485dea23)
  • MyCode images replacing operation case insensitive
  • fixed replacing non-HTTPS Gravatar avatars, set the operation as case insensitive
  • non-HTTPS avatars removal operation case insensitive

Upgrading: Overwrite inc/plugins/dvz_secure_content.php.

http://community.mybb.com/mods.php?action=view&pid=450
Thanks! Do you also plan to release new DVZ_mentions?
thanks for update to latest releasa .
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' .../inc/plugins/dvz_secure_content.php on line 5

thats weird, when i go on plugin page...
Version 1.0.1 was re-uploaded with the compatibility changed from 1804 to 18* (build #4, MD5: 454dea850f221982739d37d49d2eeb9f).
It'd be interesting to see a proxy system integrated into this plugin.

You could cURL insecure HTTP images and cache them in /proxy/images/ so that all content is stored locally on your domain - therefore not breaking SSL.
(06-25-2015, 04:03 PM)Marisa Wrote: [ -> ]It'd be interesting to see a proxy system integrated into this plugin.

You could cURL insecure HTTP images and cache them in /proxy/images/ so that all content is stored locally on your domain - therefore not breaking SSL.

totally agree. This will be awesome.
This broke the crap out of my forum: https://www.rpgcreation.net/community/sh...357#pid357

I definitely recommend doing a DB backup before trying this plugin.

Any idea about how to fix this mess?
(07-02-2015, 03:11 AM)General Awesome Wrote: [ -> ]This broke the crap out of my forum: https://www.rpgcreation.net/community/sh...357#pid357

I definitely recommend doing a DB backup before trying this plugin.

Any idea about how to fix this mess?

This plugin prevents unsecure user-generated content from displaying only - it does not interfere with the forum style.
Your forum displays correctly on http://; browsers don't load CSS and other files from non-HTTPS sources while the website loading them is sent over HTTPS - to make it work you need to change the Board URL (Site Details) so it begins with https://.
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