11:07 PM Left Coast Time, typed in Password and a pop-up appeared that covered about 2/3 of the Password field and cautioned that this was not a secure connection. ???????? I moved my cursor arrow onto what I could view of my password "dots", clicked the mouse and the pop-up disappeared. Here I am. ??????? Just thought I'd advise.
So, I am evidently right ?
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Mine started a couple days ago too when I did update Firefox to 52.0
If you want to read/learn more visit [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] and read the Firefox Builds forum. They are constantly updating and trying to improve security. This is the Nightly builds of Firefox (and Thunderbird email if you need it) non-mozilla forum that just offers user support and helping others.
It is still a scary thought as to how close we came to having Hillary Clinton as president of the USA.
I don't think children should be separated from their parents when migrating to the USA. They may stay together in Mexico.
The "pop-up" is still occurring today. Just click on it and it goes away. But the "message & it's intent" are not resolved.
Firefox and other browsers are just letting you know the site is not using SSL/HTTPS - this is something our tech team has been working on over the past year and is close to deploying in the next few months.
The warning is a step in the recent push to have all sites that store user information to be SSL compliant. Previously this was only needed on banking or shopping sites.
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