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If a person enters a known, valid email address on the first event registration page, the 2nd page is pre-populated with the first name, last name, and phone number matching the email address.
Someone familiar with email address of people in the organization (or someone guessing or brute forcing) can obtain the person's phone number or full name in an unauthorized manner doing this.1 vote
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Solution for SSL issue for those of us with our own domain names. This is a huge issue and I feel Wild Apricot needs to find a solution for those of us with few technical skills. This is a very serious issue. People will be scared off by Google messages saying our sites are insecure.1 vote
We are working on “let’s encrypt” feature (free certificate). While it’s in progress, contact our support to help you with this question.
Issues with Wordpress Integration:
When I switched to a custom domain with no ssl I set my security to "payments only". However the login shortcode for WP automatically puts in my custom subdomain so I get a security error because it does not have an SSL. Essentially you cannot use a custom domain with no SSL if you are integrating with WP.5 votes
Can you please add input hidden tags with some key user profile values to every page:
<input type="hidden" id="UserID" name="UserID" value="12345678" />
<input type="hidden" id="UserName" name="UserName" value="Joe User" />
<input type="hidden" id="UserEmail" name="UserEmail"…1 vote
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