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Where is the 'padlock' symbol confirning a secure aweb site (such as my bank, Amazon etc.)? I don't see it any more.
On my previous version of Firefox (as well as other browsers I'm aware of), I've always seen a 'padlock' symbol indicating a secure web site when I've logged in to web sites such as my bank, Amazon, credit card accounts etc. I don't see that symbol any longer. Am I missing something? Is there something else that denotes the secure web site status. Now I'm nervous to pay bills electronically or order any merchandise on line. Hoping you can shed some light on the subject. Many Thanks. -Steve
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The Statusbar is gone and the "lock" with it. Security information about a web page is shown by the Site Identity Button.
The old padlock could give users a false sense that a site is secure by not supplying all of the information about a site and only showed that there is a secure connection that didn't guarantee that you are connected to the right server. The Site Identity Button was introduced in Firefox 3.0 to show more complete "identity" information for HTTPS web pages.
You can add a padlock to the location bar with the Padlock add-on- https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/padlock-icon