Broken HTTPS/SSL browsing

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Postby flacflac » Sat Jul 24, 2010 8:16 am

I still get the 'scheme https' problem using the android app - is a fix in sight? No ssl is a no go. :/

Thank you! :shock:
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Postby anitract » Thu Dec 30, 2010 3:05 pm

Bumping. I would still love to see ssl/https support to make the app more secure, as well as guard my internet traffic against unwanted snoopers. :)
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Postby baaldemon » Thu Dec 30, 2010 6:57 pm

Have you updated your subsonic app, this feature was added in a release I believe at least a month ago. I currently use it with ssl enabled.
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Postby anitract » Mon Jan 03, 2011 9:30 pm

No kidding??? I did not do the last update yet. I guess I missed it? So SSL is currently built-in to the app now?
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Re: Broken HTTPS/SSL browsing

Postby banhaz » Mon Aug 05, 2013 10:55 pm

Hi, I think I need some help from you guys...
I've been using https enabled for some time now, but all of a sudden I couldnt connect remotely to my server
I've checked everything: port forwarding, firewall, etc, and nothing has changed (I even tried disabling everything, firewall/antivirus, and also setting a dmz). Tried resetting everything several times, with no luck. Then I disabled https. It worked again! But I really wanted https to be on, so what should I do? I mean, the ports are forwarded, firewall is disabled on computer. I tried connecting through android app and browser, and same results. I don't think it's a problem with updates, because it'd only explain an android app change, but not a browser client change, because there is no auto-update feature, and it still says 4.8 (which is the actual newest version).
Other stuff like teamviewer and utorrent, that are problematic to set up when you have port forwarding issues, are working just fine, and teamviewer uses a https connection.
So, any help?
Thanks in advance!
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