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Why does Firefox tell me the page I am on page contains unencrypted info when on https address

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When I accessed a "https" on Safari, I was never warned that I had requested a page containing unencrypted information.

Why does Foxfire warn me when ... on a supposedly secure link with Bank of America? Why does it say that info I enter can easily be read by 3rd parties? Bank of America thinks my contact with them is secure. Thank you, ...

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That is usually by doing a request for images or other files via an insecure HTTP link.


You can test that with the Live HTTP Headers extension if you want to verify that.

Open the Live HTTP Headers extension via the Tools menu and open the Generator pane.
Tick all the boxes in the Show panel at the right and do a hard reload via "Command + Shift + R"