News of website data breaches is reported nearly every day. We know that you are concerned about the privacy of your data and we are concerned about it as well.
That’s why the Theta Research site has recently undergone some major security upgrades. You won’t be able to see them, but under the hood they help to keep the hackers from gaining access to your login information and other private data.
Because of the upgrades now in place, our login routines have slightly changed. In the past, managers and subscribers could log in using either their username or email address along with their password. Now you must use your username to log in.
If you don’t remember your username, click the “Forgot Password” link at the top right of the Theta home page, then enter your email address. You will receive an email that shows your username and a link to change your password. Don’t want to change your password? No problem. Just ignore the email and the change password link expires after 24 hours.
We also plan to implement secure sockets layer (SSL) technology soon to further secure all pages of the site. This enhancement will not force you to do anything differently. It simply creates a secure “pipeline” between our site and your computer’s browser.
We try hard to test every function on the website after an upgrade, but we may have missed something. If you find a bug, drop us note to let us know what happened. We’ll get it fixed and back online as soon as we can.
Thanks for supporting Theta Research and for your patience during the upgrade process.