I have experienced entering git.teknik.io to a browser and being sent to http://git.teknik.io, which is a 403.
I suspect connections on http:// were not expected. However, this means if users simply type git.teknik.io the browser may format it to http:// every time leading them to get a 403 when they try to visit this site.
That is definitely not intended! Will look into why it isn’t redirecting.
I confirm this happens when using Firefox set to not remember history/cookies/cache or private browsing always enabled. If set to remember until Firefox closes, SSL redirections work correctly.
I reported it here but I wasn’t sure what caused it, then.
Strangely, now I was able to reproduce this only on Linux Ubuntu, with both Firefox (normal privacy settings set to remember everything) and Chromium. Related issue.
@dmz76, @jimmybot, still an issue?
This is definitely not an issue with Teknik. It only happens in Linux Ubuntu (on Windows and OS X, redirections work OK).
In Linux, if I open the browser for the first time and enter mail.teknik.io it doesn’t redirect to https but the page is accessed. If I enter git.teknik.io it also doesn’t redirect to https and I get a 403 error page.
Then, without closing the browser, if I go to upload.teknik.io or simply teknik.io, it redirects to https correctly.
From then on, if I access again git.teknik.io or mail.teknik.io it redirects to https correctly.
I would close this. @jimmybot doesn’t usually respond and he can always re-open the issue.
@Uncled1023 A couple of days ago (27 december, around 1am), Teknik was offline for some time.
Today (29 december), http://mail.teknik.io and http://git.teknik.io are not redirecting to a secure connection. I didn’t change any browser settings.
Try cleaning all cookies, quitting and relaunching the browser to replicate the issue.
Tested on OS X 10.11.6, Safari 11.0.1.
Related issue: #68
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