Using a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) adds a layer of security by ensuring that all communications between your web-browser and the ScribbleLive servers are encrypted. If you are on an insecure network (e.g. wifi, public network) it is highly recommended that you login with SSL.
When you use SSL, all the elements of a web-page must be delivered over a secure connection to maintain security. ScribbleLive will ensure that all uploaded images, video and audio are hosted in a secure way, however, we are unable to deliver external Adobe Flash embeds over a secure connection. When you, or one of your writers, posts an Adobe Flash embed (e.g. YouTube), you will get a warning in your web-browser that some elements of the page are "insecure". We make every effort to "sandbox" Adobe Flash content to minimize security vulnerabilities, but please talk to your I.T. Department before allowing insecure content.