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My home page is set to http://www.msn.com but when I log on I am redirected to https://login.live.com/login.srf?wa=wsignin1.0&rpsnv=11&ct=1292465675&rver=5.5.4177.0&wp=MBI&wreply=http:%2F%2Fwww.msn.com%2F&lc=1033&id=1184. What is going on

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Sometime a dialogue box comes up and says that the information that I am requesting is being sent over an unsecure server and I have to click ok to send. Just dont get it. Thanks.

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TonyE
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This is normal behaviour for Microsoft sites. The login.live.com is the standard login page for Microsoft sites using the Windows Live ID. You should be re-directed back to the msn page after logging in.

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Thank you for your quick response. Two additional thing I might add. One, I am not redirected back to the msn page. The page remains blank. Secondly, this behavior does not occur when I open with Internet Explorer. What do you think? Thanks again.

Pat.