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stcwdc.org

Post by PicnicBear » Mon Jun 21, 2021 10:21 pm

Site URL - wdcb.stcwdc.org

Scorecard - www.mywot.com/scorecard/wdcb.stcwdc.org

Introduction - This is the primary site for the Washington, DC – Baltimore (WDCB) Chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC). There are three companion websites (evaluation requests for them will be submitted separately.) This website provides an ongoing presence and communication for chapter members and others in the field of technical communication. It identifies chapter information, STC and chapter membership benefits, educational resources, speakers' handouts and presentations, community service activities, resources for developing technical materials, information about the career of technical communication, and links to the chapter's social media accounts with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and the chapter's LinkedIn group.

Privacy policy - wdcb.stcwdc.org/aboutsite/legal-information/privacy-policy/

Contact the site owners - wdcb.stcwdc.org/contact-us/

Whois information - Per the instructions, I used whois.domaintools.com/stcwdc.org but Website Response Code result is not accurate. It says SSL negotiation failed, Code 500 because domaintools.com is ignoring the hosting service's Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3. Domaintools.com is using a backlevel TLS.

You can verify that SSL is installed and working at www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html?hostname=stcwdc.org

The true whois information is available from the registrar. Look up stcwdc.org at tucowsdomains.com/whois-search/

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Re: stcwdc.org

Post by Site-rater » Wed Jun 23, 2021 10:05 pm

Running a SSL Labs test, it said that TLS 1.2 negotiated with no SNI; since there are still many clients in the wild not supporting TLS 1.3 it might be advisable to continue to support TLS 1.2. If even with TLS 1.2 enabled this test fails to complete then that would mean the site performing the test is in serious need to update their TLS client as a large number of websites enforce a minimum of TLS 1.2 these days.

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