HTTPS for Screencast?

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Hi,

Wondering when is HTTPS going to be standard? 

I have thousands of embedded links in the form http://www.screencast.com/t/*******
e.g. http://www.screencast.com/t/qsMkcsbEK
and incidentally this is the form presented in Screencast.com when I grab the share link on the videos.

When these are clicked, they don't convert automatically to https://

so the customer is seeing "Not secure" in their browser.  Not good.

Can you advise please?

Thank you,

Eamonn

Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: TechSmith Screencast Policy Change - May 2018.
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Posted 5 months ago

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Would love an answer on this please!
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HTTPS is there on screencast.com

For what ever reason that have not flipped the switch to redirect to it.

For now this is what I have found. Firefox and Chrome.

Add the https:// to the screencast url(s) and it will make the secure connection.

Now here is a screwy part. If you log in with the normal link ( http://)
Your share links will be of the unsecure http but,

If you log in using https://www.screencast.com/signin.aspx or one of my links would be
https:// Screencast.com - Dubie

The share links are https also.  Go figure ??

So anyway I can only make my own assumptions as to what the hold up is. This pretty much is a requirement these days.

Dubie

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Ultimately the end user (my customer) should be able to put in http://www.screencast.com/**** or just screencast.com/******* and screencast should flip it automatically to https://www.screencast.com/****