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Re: I get "Security Warning" everysingle time I click on a thread.Why?

Postby superking » 25 May 2012, 14:37

I'm now getting it in Chrome. "This page has insecure content." Every page. And now it takes ages for the pages to load up and for my highly valuable word vomit to get uploaded to the site. I'm losing valuable seconds of my life here.
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Re: I get "Security Warning" everysingle time I click on a thread.Why?

Postby Dragonbones » 25 May 2012, 15:55

It didn't use to happen, so something has changed. It's quite irritating. Gus, any idea? Has there been a change to 'mosa that might be causing this?
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Re: I get "Security Warning" everysingle time I click on a thread.Why?

Postby Tigerman » 25 May 2012, 15:57

Its very annoying.
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Re: I get "Security Warning" everysingle time I click on a thread.Why?

Postby TheGingerMan » 25 May 2012, 22:33

I had it happening endlessly for a while, but now it seems to have settled down. I did since clear me cache, and run CrapCleaner at full bore.
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Re: I get "Security Warning" everysingle time I click on a thread.Why?

Postby CraigTPE » 26 May 2012, 06:00

It only happens to me on my phone. I use Firefox on my Windows PC, my Macbook Air and my HTC Desire HD. I only get the security warning on my Desire HD.
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Re: I get "Security Warning" everysingle time I click on a thread.Why?

Postby ceevee369 » 12 Jun 2012, 10:29

As requested by TG to post here:

ceevee369 wrote:
Hi Tempo -

1.Got following new culprit:
On my Safari browser, I got warnings that the website's certificate is not signed by a reliable source while asking to accept new security settings.

If declining, I got thrown out the website and need logging in again. Very annoying.

2.As for IE web browser, the " secured content" question is still there.
I figured out that the " news" on the right side is non htttps and therefore generating the orange color warning.

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