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"Not a Secure Site" warning ???

 
BuckSkin
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Jun 09, 2017 20:06 |  #1

Hi,
I never saw this before; but today, when I went to log in on FireFox, I kept getting a warning that this site was not secure and that I should proceed at my own risk.

I do not recall the exact wording, but it stated that such sites were easy to have your username, e-mail, and password compromised.

I was already logged in on Chrome so here I am; I was a bit concerned about the FireFox warning, so I did not proceed past the warning.

I very much like and trust this site but am not computer literate enough to understand the warning; please explain why I started getting the warning and what I should do.

Thanks for reading.




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Jun 09, 2017 20:10 |  #2

is you computer clock correct?


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Jun 09, 2017 22:01 |  #3

Pekka addressed this issue a few months ago. HERE is the relevant thread.


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Jun 09, 2017 23:31 |  #4

windpig wrote in post #18374930 (external link)
is you computer clock correct?

Yes it is, but I did have one on another machine where the button-cell battery went bad and allowed the clock to lose time --- that caused all sorts of problems that one would not expect.




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Jun 09, 2017 23:32 |  #5

rrblint wrote in post #18374995 (external link)
Pekka addressed this issue a few months ago. HERE is the relevant thread.


Thanks for pointing that out.




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