Wet Canvas is not a secure site which is easily determined by the lack of HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure
)at the beginning of the URL. As such, users are more likely to encounter problems after or during sign-in to the site than they would be using a secure site. The recent attack on Wet Canvas servers/site with members being redirected to a pornography site is ample evidence of the problems that can arise. The reported message is factual and probably should not be seen as a problem but as fair warning. Perhaps the real fix would be to ensure everyone signing in sees the message with a member choose-able option to not see it again
Originally Posted by stapeliad
Dear SAS Designs,... please treat us with respect purely due to our own altruistic intentions for the community ...
After reading through the thread in its entirety it is obvious the OP had some concerns that were, basically, brushed aside as problems of his own making despite a post by an administrator that the problem still exists on the Wet Canvas side of the portal. OP's frustration is understandable and only became obvious - without any apparent disrespect- as a human response to how he was treated. Any disrespect seems to be directed at OP.
regard for or devotion to the welfare of others (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/altruism
That said, I think you volunteers do a pretty good job most of the time.