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Update : 10/05/2013 - 4PM: The community forum has returned - with site-wide SSL enabled. Appropriate cookies are httponly & secure and protocol support, key transmission and cipher strength all pass with flying colours. Superb. It's still not immediately clear to the user that the username/password required for the forum differ to those of the main site - which could lead to confusion, but there's arguably no security risk there. The register/login form actions however, should be explicitly set to HTTPS - so if another period of "routine maintenance" happened to disable side-wide SSL, the forms will not pass data across the wire using the current insecure protocol.
Now, there's a serious problem. The database cannot hold 28 characters - it can only store 20... so your password would be truncated to "my_password_for_cred". The next time you try to login, it will compare... 041b061a72