Scrupulous wrote:Is that what it said? Good. I'm assuming you were logged in when you tried?
Yes, and I was logged in.
Also, is I-spot going to be able to provide us with a separate data base that is password protected, or is that something we are going to have to do ourselves?
Could you let us know what security measures are in place and planned?
I am a little confused at the moment. I called a reseller / wholesaler of website products I know, and they claimed that a 128-256 bit encryption security certificate does not prevent search engines from having access, therefore, all you need is a password protected area in a database.
If this is true, then how come search engine robots don't accidentally pick up on people logging in to their bank accounts?
I'll try to find out.
If we need an encryption, I am more than happy to pay for more than my fair share. I can get a discount for Star Field.
I wonder if it is possible to set up a firewall for the private forum?
Also, not every search engine obeys the "No Follow" or "No Index" Tag.