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2020-06-30 HTTPS Hazeron.com
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HTTPS Hazeron.com
This has been a nagging topic for years. I never gave it much priority because we don't handle or store any sensitive information. However, the web has moved to the point that a regular HTTP site might as well have COVID-19.

All Hazeron.com web pages are now secured through Network Solutions LLC.

Confirmation pages when creating a new account and when changing your password now show the password.

Client should be updated but it isn't needed, due to URLs that need to be https: instead of http:. Buttons to open the web site or the wiki might not work.

The current Launcher no longer works, due to URLs that need to be https: instead of http:. You can still run the 'Shores of Hazeron.EXE' file directly. It doesn't expect anything on the command line.

New clients and launchers are building now. They will be posted as they finish.

A HUGE THANK YOU to AnrDaemon for expert help setting this up. It was a real struggle. Internet went down early last evening, leaving things dead in the water all night. Html POST transactions to send form fields to the server stopped working, which took considerable head bashing to figure out, most of today. Without AnrDaemon's assistance, this would not be working.



Windows 64 bit client and launcher updates posted.
Ubuntu 20 64 bit client and launcher updates posted.
Windows 32 bit client and launcher updates posted.
Ubuntu 18 64 bit client and launcher updates posted.
Debian 10 64 bit client and launcher updates posted.
Mint 19 64 bit client and launcher updates posted.
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#2
Thank you Haxus, and thank you Anr.
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#3
Thank you both this is very good
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(06-30-2020, 08:59 PM)Haxus Wrote: The current Launcher no longer works, due to URLs that need to be https: instead of http:. You can still run the 'Shores of Hazeron.EXE' file directly. It doesn't expect anything on the command line.

Yeah I have been directing people to that too.

Funnily enough, my third-party launcher didn't care that the website changed to HTTPS. I guess .Net C# is just more forgiving in that regard.
Shores of Hazeron Wiki Moderator
hazeron.com/wiki/ User: Deantwo
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#5
Do we need to delete the old launcher or just overwrite it?
I plan on living forever ..so far so good!
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#6
It can be overwritten. There are no hidden files or secret settings anywhere.
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(07-01-2020, 02:11 PM)Haxus Wrote: It can be overwritten. There are no hidden files or secret settings anywhere.

I keep getting a communications error even after downloading the new launcher.
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(07-01-2020, 02:46 PM)Systemicyco Wrote: I keep getting a communications error even after downloading the new launcher.

Works fine for me.
Which OS launcher did you download?

And you are sure you downloaded the 2020-06-30 version?
I might have posted my announcements before the new launcher was actually updated on the website.

I think there is a version number in the settings window of the launcher. Mine is "Version 1.6 soh-win64".
The build date would maybe have been more telling in this case.
Shores of Hazeron Wiki Moderator
hazeron.com/wiki/ User: Deantwo
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#9
I see the comm error. I am working on it now.
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