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getting an error to specific website for images not getting loaded "connection to load this resource was insecure

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I am getting an error for loading specific images from all the browsers from http://intradaygraphs.com/nifty_mon.htm website. "connection to load this resource was insecure" is the message i see when i see the Network view(windows F12) of the page for the specific page with 404 error. The same site is visible fully in other laptops of Windows 10 and not sure what is the issue. Used all browsers . Cleared cashe,History reinstalled mozilla,Hardware acceleration. Have disabled the Firewall ,Antivirus and tested the same as well but no success.

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Somehow i copied a cert9 and other files from a different computer into my profile folder in Firefox profile. This started working.

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Hi, please update to version 60.0.1 for security updates by going to Help --> About on the 3 Bar Menu.

Please see this for insecure content, do not make a habit of it though and suggest bookmarking the sites that you do this to to reverse them. https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/mixed-content-blocking-firefox

I get sites with mixed content also but I do not get the warning.

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The Website does not show a mixed content icon( lock with a red line over it) but when i see the page network view i see some images being having this mixed content icon next to them. I am not able to enable mixed content as this is specific to some images only and not on the address bar. Have 60 version of fire fox currently and some other laptops have same browsers but shows these images correctly. Is this issues related to some certificate generation ??

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Cross domain errors usually mean that you are blocking (third-party) content stored on another domain. You can try to enable third-party cookies temporarily to see if that has effect. Then you can use the Storage Inspector to determine which domains need an allow for session exception and check whether the exceptions work with third-party cookies disabled

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Solution choisie

Somehow i copied a cert9 and other files from a different computer into my profile folder in Firefox profile. This started working.