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What would be the best practice way to redirect all logged in users to HTTPS? The login persists the site that's concerned. So if you login, come back to www.foobar.com a week later, you are still logged in - however, you'd be on the HTTP version.

The homepage on HTTP is not so much an issue - however can anyone suggest of ways to route the links HTTPS based on the logged in status? What would I need to override?

  • Magento should already re-direct those pages to https. Has something been changed to allow the extended logins that would prevent that? Seems like a bug, not something that should be fixed by simply re-directing. Also, wouldn't the extended login itself be a security issue? If someone were to use a friends' or public pc. Just a thought. – jesseconnr Feb 19 '14 at 19:12
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the session is split basically in a "secure" (https) and a "unsecure" (http) session.

Anyway, to force HTTP or HTTPS you can do two things.

One is the HSTS header on all pages to tell the browser to force https. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_Strict_Transport_Security This is obviously the best approach since it will make sure the browser itself knows that https shall be used in the future.

The other option is to use a simple module to determine if the user should be redirected either to the http or https version of the homepage, a good start might be https://github.com/AOEpeople/Aoe_ForceHttpProtocol. It's not much code you'll need, just a simple observer and a config.xml.

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