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12/12/2012 11:20:35 PM
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Security warning [FireFox]

Ever since I started using Firefox, I've been getting [url=http://puu.sh/1AfdE]this[/url] message when i go to bungie.net(although it only appears the first time i go each time i start my computer(also, [url=http://puush.me/]puush links[/url] are perfectly safe)) So, is there anyway to get rid of this message? Am I doing something wrong?
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] cortana 5 The sign in page is the secure part, while bungie.net isn't an https:// site. It's basically just saying, "o hay. Uhm, you won't be on an https:// anymore. kay?"[/quote]Is it weird if some of the pages I go on are secured?
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  • [quote]That is the "PostToInsecureFromSecureMessage" warning and can't be suppressed. You will get that warning if you go from a secure https connection to an insecure http connection and POST data entered in a form on a secure site is send to an http server. [/quote] Found that googling. :) Apparently in older versions (pre 2.0) of Firefox, it was suppressible. Now it isnt. It's just a wordy way of saying that the login page has an "https" and bnet is "http".
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  • If it annoys you it can be disabled by pasting about:config in your address bar and searching for "security.warn_viewing_mixed", and double clicking on the same. It's slightly more secure to leave it on so you don't accidently enter your password in a counterfit site. Should you choose to disable this feature it is imperative that you [b][i]do not touch anything else[/i][/b] in about:config, at least without making sure you know what will happen.
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  • They're trying to warn you about the Flood.
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  • Now that I've disabled your horrible coup, I can actually read the OP. OT: [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] acnboy34 You're not doing anything wrong, Firefox has always spouted that message because they care.[/quote]
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] pureXownage Nah, it's just a firefox thing. Nothing to worry about.[/quote] Does it on Safari too.
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  • You're not doing anything wrong, Firefox has always spouted that message because they care. [Edited on 12.12.2012 3:31 PM PST]
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  • Oh good, although i'm on https right now, shouldn't it not be doing that?
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  • Happens for everyone using Firefox. Something to do with Windows Live ID I'm pretty sure. Nothing to worry about.
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  • [quote][b]Posted by:[/b] pureXownage Nah, it's just a firefox thing. Nothing to worry about.[/quote]I've had it for months, it hasn't done anything bad. You'll get used to it OP.
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  • The sign in page is the secure part, while bungie.net isn't an https:// site. It's basically just saying, "o hay. Uhm, you won't be on an https:// anymore. kay?"
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  • Nah, it's just a firefox thing. Nothing to worry about.
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  • Do you sign in to your email on Hotmail/Outlook then you come to Bungie.net?
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    It does that, you get used to it. Does the same on Safari.
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