A temporary fix is to run a proxy on your own SSL domain and pull the photos
through there.

Abraham

On Fri, Jul 10, 2009 at 02:18, Toucan <toucan...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> Same here and it's already breaking our app today. We either give
> users the browser mixed-ssl error (bad) or re-write to SSL which makes
> images spin forever which also seems to break some javascript loads on
> FF (also bad). Since Toucan runs inside salesforce, we are always on
> SSL for every page.
>
> Can twitter turn on SSL for twimg, even if to buy time while we figure
> it out? One day notice really isn't a lot of time to develop a fix and
> try to get everyone to re-install their app....especially since for
> those of us that must serve every page with SSL, there is no good fix.
>
> We really appreciate your help!
> Diane
>
>
>
> On Jul 9, 9:47 pm, gotwalt <gotw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Any chance you'll enable SSL access of these images? At @cotweet we
> > rely on s3's SSL when pages are being served via HTTPS (login, account
> > changes, permissions, etc) in order to prevent security zone issues in
> > IE. I'd imagine that other web-based clients may face similar issues.
> >
> > Aaron
>



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