Our matrimony script ADMIN logs the STAFF Panel login and serves :
- Date and Time of Login
Now this feature has been extended to the main ADMIN panel. An exclusive Log report of LAST logins will be provided in the admin panel and it will show :
- Date and TIME of login
- Logged in IP
- Status of Login
This will be rolled out shortly !
Screenshot of Dashboard :
As a security measure, we will be making changes to the matrimony website script introducing the process of reCAPTCHA . It would not only prevent abuse and spam for your matrimony websites, but also help you identify that a computer user is a human.
What is changing?
The reCAPTCHA code will be added to the following three pages.
The advertise with us page
The contact support page
The Abuse report page
Apart from the above, minor tweaks are also being continuously done to the software to make it more user friendly and efficient !
We are excited to announce a Great addon to our Matrimony Software Script. Its a MOBILE APP !
The Mobile APP (Android) will be connected with the Website and will have the below features :
- New User Register
- Existing User login
- Modify Profile
- Search Profiles
- Display Payment Options
The App will feature your logo and will be uploaded to Google Playstore.
We will share the DEMO of the same shortly.
Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as ‘not secure’ starting in July
Starting in July, Google Chrome will mark all HTTP sites as “not secure,” according to a blog post published today by Chrome security product manager Emily Schechter. Chrome currently displays a neutral information icon, but starting with version 68, the browser will warn users with an extra notification in the address bar. Chrome currently marks HTTPS-encrypted sites with a green lock icon and “Secure” sign.
Google has been nudging users away from unencrypted sites for years, but this is the most forceful nudge yet. Google search began down-ranking unencrypted sites in 2015, and the following year, the Chrome team instituted a similar warning for unencrypted password fields.
The Chrome team said today’s announcement was mostly brought on by increased HTTPS adoption. Eighty-one of the top 100 sites on the web default to HTTPS, and a strong majority of Chrome traffic is already encrypted. “Based on the awesome rate that sites have been migrating to HTTPS and the strong trajectory through this year,” Schechter said, “we think that in July the balance will be tipped enough so that we can mark all HTTP sites.”
HTTPS encryption protects the channel between your browser and the website you’re visiting, ensuring no one in the middle can tamper with the traffic or spy on what you’re doing. Without that encryption, someone with access to your router or ISP could intercept information sent to websites or inject malware into otherwise legitimate pages.
HTTPS has also become much easier to implement through automated services like Let’s Encrypt, giving sites even less of an excuse not to adopt it.