Over the next few days, we will be switching the entire TurtleSoft website over to https. Using https instead of http means there is encryption on all Internet traffic to and from our website’s server. When the process is completed, you will probably see a green padlock next to the page link at the top of your browser. Otherwise, the change has no visible effect.
Using encryption gives you a little bit more privacy and security. For that reason, https is gradually becoming the standard for all websites (even ones like ours, that don’t process credit card numbers or other sensitive data).
Once we make the switch, some page links may become unavailable for a short while.
Meanwhile, our main programming season has begun again, and we are currently working on the Windows interface code. More about that later.
FRIDAY 9/8 UPDATE: All pages on turtlesoft.com now use https. Please let us know if you find any bad links.