- Apr 15, 2012
- Reaction score
- Oxfordshire UK
- Hive Type
- Number of Hives
Search for "Beebase security" on this site and you find a thread about how its registration page is not https: ... But further down the thread it's reported that is fixed... In 2015. So, yes, what exactly is insecure? Or are we just an echo chamber here, amplifying rumours? Is there a specific, checkable claim?What are the obscure comments?
Also I fail to see how Beebase would have protected hives from a neighbour moving hives between their (probably registered) apiaries. Beebase is a list of apiaries, not hive movements.
The bee inspectors do a fantastic job and the NBU, though under-resourced, seems staffed by people who care. And for a couple of years they've had to drop everything and comb areas when Asian Hornets are reported, on top of other duties. They don't have time to monitor every hive move.
More relevant is: how did your neighbour's bees come to have EFB?