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Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2016 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 2017 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2016 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2017 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

13 July 2017 - UPDATE Please do not post, or discuss unsupported, unadvised work around hacks to get SSL images. We will continue to delete comments of this nature.

We are in the process of procuring SSL certificates to support SSL Images on Amazon AWS. Direct connect to the AWS / CloudFront URL is not supported, and will likely result in incorrect / old images. Furthermore, we are testing SSL Images in our QA environment, with promising results.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

13 July 2017 - UPDATE Please do not post, or discuss unsupported, unadvised work around hacks to get SSL images. We will continue to delete comments of this nature.

We are in the process of procuring SSL certificates to support SSL Images on Amazon AWS. Direct connect to the AWS / CloudFront URL is not supported, and will likely result in incorrect / old images. Furthermore, we are testing SSL Images in our QA environment, with promising results.

2017-09-27 - UPDATE: We have started the process of adding HTTPS image support to each of our CDN environments and it should be enabled on all environments by 10/11/2017.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

13 July 2017 - UPDATE Please do not post, or discuss unsupported, unadvised work around hacks to get SSL images. We will continue to delete comments of this nature.

We are in the process of procuring SSL certificates to support SSL Images on Amazon AWS. Direct connect to the AWS / CloudFront URL is not supported, and will likely result in incorrect / old images. Furthermore, we are testing SSL Images in our QA environment, with promising results.

2017-09-27 - UPDATE: UPDATE: We have started the process of adding HTTPS image support to each of our CDN environments and it should be enabled on all environments by 10/11/2017.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

13 July 2017 - UPDATE Please do not post, or discuss unsupported, unadvised work around hacks to get SSL images. We will continue to delete comments of this nature.

We are in the process of procuring SSL certificates to support SSL Images on Amazon AWS. Direct connect to the AWS / CloudFront URL is not supported, and will likely result in incorrect / old images. Furthermore, we are testing SSL Images in our QA environment, with promising results.

2017-09-27 - UPDATE: UPDATE: We have started the process of adding HTTPS image support to each of our CDN environments and it should be enabled on all environments by 10/11/2017.

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

13 July 2017 - UPDATE Please do not post, or discuss unsupported, unadvised work around hacks to get SSL images. We will continue to delete comments of this nature.

We are in the process of procuring SSL certificates to support SSL Images on Amazon AWS. Direct connect to the AWS / CloudFront URL is not supported, and will likely result in incorrect / old images. Furthermore, we are testing SSL Images in our QA environment, with promising results.

2017-09-27 - UPDATE: We have started the process of adding HTTPS image support to each of our CDN environments and it should be enabled on all environments by 10/11/2017.

2017-10-11 - UPDATE: HTTPS image support is now enabled for all Paragon RETS environments. You can change any image URL with domain "paragonrels.com" to HTTPS for secure images. Thank you for your patience

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

13 July 2017 - UPDATE Please do not post, or discuss unsupported, unadvised work around hacks to get SSL images. We will continue to delete comments of this nature.

We are in the process of procuring SSL certificates to support SSL Images on Amazon AWS. Direct connect to the AWS / CloudFront URL is not supported, and will likely result in incorrect / old images. Furthermore, we are testing SSL Images in our QA environment, with promising results.

2017-09-27 - UPDATE: We have started the process of adding HTTPS image support to each of our CDN environments and it should be enabled on all environments by 10/11/2017.

2017-10-11 - UPDATE: HTTPS image support is now enabled for all Paragon RETS environments. You can change any CDN image URL with domain "paragonrels.com" "cdn*.paragonrels.com" to HTTPS for secure images. Thank you for your patience

Great question, and I'm not sure of the answer. I'm checking with our Development and Network Operations teams to see what our options are.

9 March 2016 - UPDATE I spoke with our Development and Network Operations teams, and we do not have HTTPS support currently. We're reviewing the capability, but do not have a definitive timeline for implementation at this time.

12 May 2017 - UPDATE We are still working on the necessary steps to provide SSL for image servers. We support hundreds of customers, and millions of images. There are many pieces which have to be in alignment, before we can enable SSL for images.

20 June 2017 - UPDATE Want to let you all know we are still working on implementing SSL for images. We understand the impact this has on you, and your sites. We have a lengthy process to follow in order to enable SSL for the image servers and our CDN. I do not have a specific date for delivery, but we are definitely moving forward.

13 July 2017 - UPDATE Please do not post, or discuss unsupported, unadvised work around hacks to get SSL images. We will continue to delete comments of this nature.

We are in the process of procuring SSL certificates to support SSL Images on Amazon AWS. Direct connect to the AWS / CloudFront URL is not supported, and will likely result in incorrect / old images. Furthermore, we are testing SSL Images in our QA environment, with promising results.

2017-09-27 - UPDATE: We have started the process of adding HTTPS image support to each of our CDN environments and it should be enabled on all environments by 10/11/2017.

2017-10-11 - UPDATE: HTTPS image support is now enabled for all Paragon RETS environments. environments using the CDN. You can change any CDN image URL with domain "cdn*.paragonrels.com" to HTTPS for secure images. Thank you for your patience