Posted 25 August 2007 - 01:58 PM
In Firefox, go to Tools / Options / Security
At the bottom, under Warning Messages, click the Settings Button.
Here's where you set the warning notifications you want to receive.
Encryption is only something to worry about, when online dealing with bank transactions, giving credit card information, etc.
Encryption, is basically taking the information you send, and "scrambling" it, which makes it more difficult for unauthorized individuals who may intercept it, from retrieving the information.
It's not something you need to worry about on forums, or basic internet surfing.
Just make sure that when you go to a site that requires sensitive information, that there's a little closed padlock image, in the taskbar, on the bottom right of the page your on.
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