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Ryan       ryanj@starpointemarketing.com 1-24-2007 2:40 PM
Wouldn't it be awesome to have a custom branded login page for our clients? That way if they're going through me (StarPointe Marketing) for their website, then they would see a login page that says "StarPointe Marketing Login" instead of the EZ-NetTools logo.

Or at least a co-branded page with "EZ-NetTools login provided by: StarPointe Marketing".

Any thoughts?

connie       connie@peakadvantage.com 1-31-2007 10:05 AM
I'm not sure if this is what you mean, but I did a quick test. View source on tools login, copy and past in new page advance text block on my site and eliminate the graphics, change links as you want etc. See very basic example at http://peakadvantage.com/testlogin.html
You can then customize it any way you like.
Gloria George       trinitycs11@nc.rr.com 1-31-2007 11:45 AM
That's a great idea. I'm all for it.
Ryan       ryanj@starpointemarketing.com 1-31-2007 1:40 PM

You're awesome. Thanks for this. It makes so much sense, too bad I never asked sooner.

dan       danboomin@yahoo.com 2-1-2007 09:43 AM
Are you guys logging in securely? I tried Connie's idea by adding the 's' after her http but it didn't work. I give my customers, especially those with sensitive information, the following secure login address:


Does this work for you also?
connie       connie@peakadvantage.com 2-1-2007 10:25 AM
I have always logged in at http://abc.eznettools.net. I just assumed it was secure. I guess only SUPPORT can answer you question.

When I used the link you gave us I got the following.
There is a problem with this website's security certificate.

The security certificate presented by this website was issued for a different website's address.

Security certificate problems may indicate an attempt to fool you or intercept any data you send to the server.
We recommend that you close this webpage and do not continue to this website.
Click here to close this webpage.
Continue to this website (not recommended).
More information

Ryan       ryanj@starpointemarketing.com 2-1-2007 3:25 PM

I'm curious, what kinds of sensitive information are your clients concerned about?

Dan       danboomin@yahoo.com 2-1-2007 3:36 PM

EZ-Net's login page has never been secure unless you use the URL I mentioned. It also appears you're using IE (boo!) and getting that message.

I use FF and get the basic warning and then just hit continue. And after I do it once it doesn't appear again.

I've explained to all my customers that they'll probably see this warning but that it's fine and to proceed.

Why did you assume it was a secure login? Does your IE indicate that it's secure? It shouldn't.

I recommend switching to FF and using the secure login. Unless someone else has reason to suggest otherwise?

Dan       danboomin@yahoo.com 2-1-2007 7:41 PM
It works for the other login URL too.

dan       2-2-2007 09:17 AM

The same thing everyone is concerned about. Security. And also, identity theft. I have customers who are logging in to access several hundred credit card numbers at a time. In addition to other customer information.

I'm surprised most resellers aren't using the secure login. EZ-Net's log in page is just as susceptible to security breaches as any other non-secure login page.

My theory is, why risk it when you don't have to. There's a secure way to log in, and why shouldn't it be used? I know it gives my customers some relief knowing they log in secure.

I guess I just assumed most everybody was logging in secure. Are most people really not?
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