As you might be aware, the DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs offers the ability to encrypt all http traffic to and from the website using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) since December 2010. To enable this, you only need to direct your traffic to https://blogs.dirteam.com instead of https://dirteam.com. The functionality also includes feeds and (when you’re a blogger with us) the ability to securely post blogposts, comments and articles.
In its (default) configuration, the DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs offered both SSL v2.0, SSL v3.0, TLS v1.0, TLS v1.1 and TLS v1.2. Per last Saturday, the webserver has SSL v2.0 disabled, due to its inherited weaknesses in and its attack surface that may be used by the SSL BEAST ("Browser Exploit Against SSL/TLS") attack, allowing man in the middle (MITM) attacks.
When you use https://dirteam.com, you can feel much safer.