Signed in to Logos but can't sign in to biblia.com

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Benjamin Tan | Forum Activity | Posted: Tue, Sep 24 2013 2:31 PM

I'm running Ubuntu and things were working fine until recently when I ran a program called bleachbit which is a quick way to clear up some junk and temp files in my PC.  But now I noticed I cannot log in to Biblia.com. 

I didn't want to type my Logos login directly there so chose "Sign in with your Logos.com account" and signed in successfully.  However, clicking "bible" takes me to biblia.com but not signed in.

Can anyone help please?

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Benjamin Tan | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 5 2013 3:41 PM

I'm double posting, sorry about that but since there are no replies/help to be had perhaps I should clarify that using Ubuntu should have little to do with not being able to log in to Biblia or Faithlife Study Bible safely within https.   I don't know if anyone can help or it is just a glitch particular to my situation or people just accept this as safe and it is the acceptable thing to do.

Please let me restate my issue:

I want to sign in to either Biblia or Faithlife Bible... (any site that let me read the resources I have paid for) in a safe way. i.e. I want to see https show up.

So I log in to Logos.com securely.. https shows up, good, now I click "bible" and I end up at http://Biblia.com but there I am not signed in.  Looks like I have to sign in again but if I sign in (I think) I will be signing in in a less than secure website, in "http".    The same exact thing happens in faithlife.com

Is Logos encouraging me to sign in using standard protocol? Then why have https in logos and http in Biblia? And https in faithlife.com and http in bible.faithflife.com. Am I misunderstanding the security protocol idea? Am I being too careful?  IS this acceptable good practice?

Logos please help explain it to me.

Edit:  I just looked around within my logos account, clicked here and there and then for one last shot I tried again clicking "faithlife" then "bible", this time I remain signed in, so at least I can see my resources without having to sign in again. OK, but inconsistent behaviour.  However the problem persists for Biblia.

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Nov 5 2013 11:10 PM

Hi Benjamin

Benjamin Tan:
I'm double posting, sorry about that but since there are no replies/help to be had perhaps I should clarify that using Ubuntu should have little to do with not being able to log in to Biblia or Faithlife Study Bible safely within https.

Logos would need to comment on why http as opposed to https is used when clicking on "Bible" but just to confirm this is not related to you using Ubuntu. I get the same behaviour from my PC running WIndows 8.1

Graham 

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Benjamin Tan | Forum Activity | Replied: Wed, Nov 6 2013 4:40 PM

Graham, thanks for the confirmation.

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