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Why does Firefox tell me the page I am on page contains unencrypted info when on https address
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.
- Live Http Headers: https://addons.mozilla.org/firefox/addon/live-http-headers/
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"