If you’re reading this, that means Canadian Atheist is back online, and you’re seeing it in its new home.
You may have already noticed the little green padlock in your browser’s address bar. Yes, CA is now secure. In fact, CA is now only secure; no more insecure connections allowed. No one will be able sniff or modify stuff sent to and from CA anymore. This will not only help protect CA from future hack attempts, it will also protect readers.
There will be more new features rolled out in the coming weeks. But for now, I am going to focus on making sure CA is secure and stable and working for everybody. (Well, almost everybody. The truth is, with our new security requirements, some very old browsers will no longer work. But we’re talking browsers that are well over a decade old, and allowing their continued use puts everyone at risk.)
If you notice anything not working or behaving strangely, please send us a note either through the contact form, via email at email@example.com, or you can contact us through Twitter at
@CanAtheist, the Canadian Atheist Facebook page, or the Canadian Atheist Google+ page. Or just leave a comment here.