It’s finals night for the 2019 Suck It Up New Zealand Superstock Championships and we invite you to join in the action.
We have updated our terms and conditions on our web site so please take the time to head over to www.thepitstv.co.nz
The most important thing to remember is that when streaming with The Pits TV on any device we strongly recommend using Google Chrome. If you are experiencing and issue where the blue play symbol does not move then it’s an indication that the browser that you are using is not supported. Please visit the App Store on an Apple product or visit the Playstore on Android and download the Google Chrome App for free. On computer visit www.google.com/chrome/ to download Google Chrome.
Some smart TVs are also not compatible and you may be able to watch the stream but the blue play symbol will stay on and you will not be able to full screen this. Currently this only effects a small amount of TVs but we do recommend that you have a laptop with an HDMI port on standby. Just simply fire up the computer.... plug in your HDMI into your computer and the other into a spare HDMI port in your TV. Please make sure that Google Chrome is installed on laptop.
We have had just a few people report that they have had some issues with not be able to put the expiry date into the credit card part of the payment wall. This effected about 4 people last night. We advise visiting www.dacast.com and hit the chat feature to ask them what to do.
We will be running a test stream at about 3pm to make sure you can get everything a ok. We will post the link just before 3pm on our Facebook page.
after following all in instructions last thing I did was restart my router as you suggested and worked fine.as far as payment goes I did have issue with expiry but clicked on box its in and it did work
unreal .. the web site is unsecure .. the payment gateway is
Still not PCI compliant:
Use strong cryptography and security protocols such as SSL/TLS or IPSEC to safeguard sensitive cardholder data during transmission over open, public networks.
Verify the use of encryption (for example, SSL/TLS or IPSEC) wherever cardholder data is transmitted or received over open, public networks
Verify that strong encryption is used during data transmission For SSL implementations: - Verify that HTTPS appears as a part of the browser Universal Record Locator (URL). - Verify that no cardholder data is required when HTTPS does not appear in the URL.
Last Edit: Jan 5, 2019 20:34:53 GMT 12 by Shai-tan
I repeat .. the payment gateway is not apart of the web site and is secure... The web site does not collect or store any data
do you think i make $84000 .. pull ya head in
I think the concern stems from a Google warning about the site not being secure when people go to enter their credit card details. Must admit I did a double take when it happened to me.
it does highlight a good point though .. we will now have a disclaimer that states that even though the web site itself is not secure .. and really doesnt need to be .. the payment gateway is seperate away from the web site and is secure. The web site is just a vehicle to give people access to streams .. the rest is handled by our american provider