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Can't I use OSC with PayPal if I don't got a SSL side?


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SSL is not a must but .... me as a customer would not leave any information (ex: create an account) on a NON Secure site





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just an opinion:


ssl makes customers feel more secure when doing online business - we have found that even just creating their user account, customers like it that it is under https versus http


since doing a paypal transaction basically occurs totally on the paypal site I would think you could do without it, but again (just my opinion), users feel better operating transactions under SSL/https connections than open http connections

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It seems like I got shared ssl. Is that safe enough???

And is it possible to make the URL look good.



My host wrote:


We have a shared ssl that you can use, but this is not the safers way to do this, as its shared and is asigned to our domain name. and the paths for your images will need to relate to the url.


Give it a go and see how you get on,




Please note this is a new feature, and we are still doing some test with the ssl, if you find any problems then let me know. Thanks.

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I am almost sure I dont got SSL. Maybe you can recommend me a low cost host that include it.


Thanks again!



There are many sources for this online.




And its best that you use dedicated SSL. shared is only slightly better then no SSL.


Thomas Keats


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The question is not, 'to code, or not to code'

the question is, 'if we do not code, are we really alive?'

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