I'm working with our ops folks now to get SSL fixed on twimg.com.
No need for running proxies … we're working on it.
– Matt Sanford / @mzsanford
On Jul 10, 2009, at 12:42 AM, Abraham Williams wrote:
A temporary fix is to run a proxy on your own SSL domain and pull
the photos through there.
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
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!
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,
> changes, permissions, etc) in order to prevent security zone
> IE. I'd imagine that other web-based clients may face similar
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