A couple of posts ago you may remember that a reblog from Resa’s site came back as being an insecure connection. It turns out it was a breach in WordPress security and as a result of Resa’s emails and my technical buffoonery skills we managed to come up with a coherent reason for what we thought was wrong so the technical boffins could sort it.
As a result, WP has rolled out a feature that they have had in the pipeline for a time but wasn’t due to be released so soon and that is free HTTPS for all custom domains hosted on WordPress.com. This brings the security and performance of modern encryption to every blog and website we host. You can read the whole announcement here if you’re interested and haven’t come across it already you can find the details here. Save your thanks people, we only accept money, books or exotic food.
If you would like us to fix your problem drop a comment below, be it the Middle East Peace Process or a Rubik’s Cube, no problem is too…problemy. Now that blogs everywhere are safe, our work here is done and it’s time to enigmatically abseil down the side of a handily placed building which we just happened to be on top of but I didn’t mention before.
You’re welcome WordPress, you’re welcome.