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KryanAshford

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I found this site it's called LiveAnew. Here's the site link.

http://www.liveanew.com/

I've never seen it before, so I thought I would being it to the attention of all of you.
 

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It doesn't look much better than any of our normal shops...I don't really see a reason to go there at the moment. At least more competition is always good!
 

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Does not look trusted. I only prefer trusted websites. (HTTPS://) and second, does not look like it offers any good stuff, just the regular standards.
 

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Does not look trusted. I only prefer trusted websites. (HTTPS://) and second, does not look like it offers any good stuff, just the regular standards.

A lack of https on the main part of the site isn't really a big deal; the only thing that needs SSL for security is the checkout process. As long as that has SSL, I wouldn't be worried about an attack stealing the stuff assuming they're halfway competent.

But yeah, nothing interesting on there unfortunately, and it looks like you can only buy by the case.
 

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A lack of https on the main part of the site isn't really a big deal; the only thing that needs SSL for security is the checkout process. As long as that has SSL, I wouldn't be worried about an attack stealing the stuff assuming they're halfway competent.

It's better if the website is secured so you don't get ripped off by money, credit stolen, etc.

A website that phishes numbers won't be secured and if they do, their website get's taken down and is fined. Non-registered websites somehow get away with the stuff,

and IC stuff is not the only website that is targeted. SSL is definitely a factor but that's a key factor when maintaining a business. I still prefer HTTPS://
 

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It's better if the website is secured so you don't get ripped off by money, credit stolen, etc.

A website that phishes numbers won't be secured and if they do, their website get's taken down and is fined. Non-registered websites somehow get away with the stuff,

and IC stuff is not the only website that is targeted. SSL is definitely a factor but that's a key factor when maintaining a business. I still prefer HTTPS://

HTTPS is literally http with SSL. There's not a difference. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Secure :tongueout:
 

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They're in the IC business and they're interested in saving their customers money on case prices.
I'm not interested in what they have to offer. There's a lot of other IC cos out there the same way.
 

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I need your explanation on this.


SSL is an encryption protocols used to transfer sensitive data over the internet by use of a third party certificate.

HTTP is unencrypted raw data when SSL is used to encrypt the HTTP traffic it is called HTTPS witch is suppose to be secure //tho nothing is truly secure every layer helps.
A website can have a mix of HTTP and HTTPS on a single page from what I'm aware of. I don't do web design so I don't' know the exacts of how it is implemented, but as far as I know every thing should be fine as long as the sensitive data portions of the site use ssl.

On a side note that site does have HTTPS. https://www.liveanew.com/
 

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SSL is an encryption protocols used to transfer sensitive data over the internet by use of a third party certificate.

HTTP is unencrypted raw data when SSL is used to encrypt the HTTP traffic it is called HTTPS witch is suppose to be secure //tho nothing is truly secure every layer helps.
A website can have a mix of HTTP and HTTPS on a single page from what I'm aware of. I don't do web design so I don't' know the exacts of how it is implemented, but as far as I know every thing should be fine as long as the sensitive data portions of the site use ssl.

Ok, thanks!
 

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One thing i see is the 10% off the first order.

If you are getting the same base price from someone else it might be good to get the 10% off for one order then switch back to your regular supplier.

For me my supplier is is only 120 miles away so i get my order in two days.

i did the basic google street view check and its the right type building complex.

They are in Austin TX maybe one of our Austin TX members can check out if there office is there
 
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