pair Networks customers received the following mail (linkified):
On Monday, June 4th, pair Networks will be updating how traffic is
handled on SSL-enabled sites. Sites with SSL will now default to
using https:// connections. Sites that do not have SSL will not
Currently, the default is to allow sites with SSL certificates to
be accessed from both http:// and https://, thus allowing the site
to be browsed via the insecure http:// method. However, with the
upcoming change, sites with SSL will now default to redirecting all
traffic from the insecure http:// method to the secure https://
method. This helps improve site security.
For more information about changing the default handling of http://
connections to the site, see our article:
"Changing How the HTTP Version of Your Site Works"
If you would prefer to continue using the insecure version of the
site, check out our knowledge base article:
"How to Change Your Site from HTTPS to HTTP"
Changes you make now will be retained after the upcoming update.
For more information about the update, you can also check out our
"We're Changing the Site's with SSL to default to HTTPS"
If you have any questions about this change, please feel free to
pair Networks Customer Support