This site can be accessed using HTTPS, for which it uses a certificate. That certificate is not trusted by default by major browsers, because it is not signed by a commercial Certificate Authority.
As a consequence most browsers will throw up a warning when you try to access this site using HTTPS, and you will have to jump through hoops when you try to use HTTPS.
Instead, our certificate is signed by the private Jackpot certificate authority; if you install our root certificate, your browser will stop issuing these warnings.
Install Jackpot root certificate for Firefox
Install Jackpot root certificate for Windows (Internet Explorer etc.)