In recent browser versions, you will see a security warning when you enter your login details for any site. It may come up in the box where you enter your username and password, like the picture above. This is because you are accessing the site at it’s normal protocol, http. Recent browser updates display this security warning for all http login sites, but not in Hungry For Hits.
Hungry For Hits is secure, and your password is encrypted. To verify this, we make sure you always log in to Hungry For Hits using https: https://hungryforhits.com/login.php. This means you will never see the security warning when you try to log in at Hungry For Hits, because it is always safe.
You will see a Comodo secure logo on the log in page, and if you click it you will see these security details.
All pages where personal details and payments are made in Hungry For Hits (which are for logged in members only) are safe and can be trusted, and using https. To see this quickly, check your browser. For example, Firefox uses a green padlock next to the url for safe websites, like this.
A green padlock indicates:
- You are definitely connected to the website whose address is shown in the address bar; the connection has not been intercepted.
- The connection between Firefox and the website is encrypted to prevent eavesdropping.
We have https throughout the site, but on some pages there will be no green padlock. That is because some banner images are from sites which do not have https yet. It doesn’t make a site less safe though, it is only a picture and you are not submitting sensitive data such as credit card information on that page.
Surf is the only part which is not https. This is for the same reason, a lot of sites do not have https yet and they would all appear blank if surf was https. Even if surf was https, there wouldn’t be any green padlock unless every image in the entire window was https.