Welcome the SoftwareHankDotCom blog and website.

“Not Secure” doesn’t mean your phone or computer is infected. We have recently added an SSL certificate to this site. When going to the site, use the “https://www.softwarehank.com” to ensure a secure connection. The “Not secure- ” message will go away.

The “Not Secure” warning simply means that if you enter information, it’s not secure on this website. If you ever see the “Not secure-“ note, do not enter any personal information.

There are many potential threats associated with visiting unsecure websites. These include stealing sensitive information, altering exchanged data, redirecting to malicious sites, and engaging in man-in-the-middle attacks or eavesdropping.  

We are upgrading to a higher level of security in March 2024 and the certificates will become active.

I make no claims for accuracy or good design. I will not boast about how many clicks I got in a recent ad campaign. It is not hard to noticed that this web site is a real mess. We need help.

I make no excuse for having an  out-of-date blog.  For one thing, I am retired so I get to do whatever I want. My behavior here does not conform to any employer’s threats about wasting time or maintaining corporate standards.

I’m not even sure that if you do reply, that anything will happen. Eventually I want to know when people leave a comment, but that is deeper into my “WordPress” operating manual.

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