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When redirected to a website with cookies(such as a login+password) it often gives me a connection isn't secure.
So for instance, I've noticed this happening twice now. Once is from chatango(which is a chat systems on websites where you can watch streams and engage with the community there) which happens when I receive a private message, I open the private message page of chatango and I get the usual connection isn't secure. I've attached screenshot of the message I get as well as my firefox extensions which are ublock origin, privacy badger, decentraleyes and malwarebytes.
Now initially you could say, hey that chatango is a sketchy site and it's the issue which is what I assumed at first despite that website being pretty big and used on many many sites. I just encountered the same error again on path of exile official website : www.pathofexile.com (it's a very well known game). I got the error when I got redirected from a build site that's again well known in the poe community. When I clicked on a build I liked it redirected me to the official path of exile website forum section where the guide is. Now if I go to that page directly from the official website I don't get this error but when I'm redirected to it I do. It's similar with the chatango part, I'm on a website talking in the chat and get a dm so I click on the dm icon in the chat which directs me to the official chatango website(to see my dms and I get the connection isn't secure). Now I know for a fact that pathofexile.com is a secure website so what is causing this? How to fix it?(added a screenshot for the issue for path of exile official website as well).
Also this doesn't happen on other browsers, obviously I prefer firefox for it's privacy and it being a very good browser overall but this situation is a little annoying so I'd like to fix the issue and be able to access those website normally.
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There is security software like Avast, Kaspersky, BitDefender and ESET that intercept secure connection certificates and send their own.
I'm not sure how that fixes my issue to tell me to buy an anti-virus. Why is this only happening on firefox, and how do I fix it without having to spend money on a anti-virus software. Unless you mean the opposite and you're saying those anti-virus coud cause the issue??? Either way, I'm not running an anti-virus.
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Can you confirm you use the https: protocol and not the http: protocol ?