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#1 tellmemore

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 04:42 AM

i had a severe problem regarding my computer, anything that i am accessing on my computer is read by third party,
whether it's chrome or mozillla , every browser does show error some error on every encrypted page i open ,
in mozilla firefox browser -- "you are viewing an encrypted page but the page contains unencrypted information, anything you enter or read on this page can be read by third party" --------kind of message is shown on a pop up window ...
and in chrome i have taken some screen shots, but how dont know how to attach them and show you here, when i open my gmail account the https is in green color but when i switch to buzz it turned RED, even after switching back to inbox the https remain red and crossed ..

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#2 NpaMA

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Posted 26 October 2010 - 11:54 AM

This has to do with the way the site is coded/made. With it being "green" on gmail, shows that your PC is fine.

It's nothing to worry with. Normally, with very few exceptions, anything https:// is secure unless you're already infected.

The warning happens when a site uses a image, source file, frame, etc. from a site that isn't using https://.




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