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OpenID login or use SSL

The current login is done over HTTP which is insecure. An improvement would be to use HTTPS, but my preferred option would be OpenID-enable Slimtimer, so I have one centralised username/password for all websites.

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      • domasdomas commented  · 

        @"Zachary Kent" - There could be a possibility to login using either OpenId or current login system. So I don't see a problem here.

      • Zachary KentZachary Kent commented  · 

        I have a terrible time here at work using anything that is OpenID. There is something getting blocked by the corporate filter/firewall. If that happens I wont be able to log in.

      • Eric LiprandiEric Liprandi commented  · 

        Our company is considering it on a larger scale (~200 employees), but lack of Encryption is a serious roadblock at this time.

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