This site is in SSL format for your protection.
Why you might ask....
Site uses Content management
This site has content management where someone or someones login to make changes to the content (just like I am typing this in now). The site does not use FTP Access to do this, it is built into the site. So with SSL, the login information is secure from prying eyes.
Google's HTTPS Everywhere
Google announced on August 2014 that they have started prioritizing sites offering HTTPS (HTTP over TLS) in their page ranking algorithm. Google's Online Security Blog explains that domains with transport layer encryption have a slight advantage in search results, and the preference may grow stronger in the coming months:
Now most of the search results are not affected by this yet, but it is already happening to many sites which are blogs, forums or other places where users have to confirm who they are to post content.
We made the move
We moved the TNET Weather website to SSL format on Jan 26th.
Browsers Require Support for SNI and proper Cipher SuitesOlder browsers and some platforms are not supported due to either lack of SNI (Server Name Indication) or proper Cipher Suites or both. Below is a list of known incompatibilities:
- Android 2.3.7 - No SNI Support
- BingBot - No SNI Support
- IE 6 / XP - No SNI Support
- IE 8 / XP - Protocol or cipher suite mismatch
- Java 6u45 - No SNI Support
- Java 7u25 - Protocol or cipher suite mismatch
- Java 8b132 - Protocol or cipher suite mismatch
- Yahoo Slurp Jun 2014 - No SNI Support