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How do I stop this warning from popping up everytime I go to an internet page?

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This warning pops up every time I go on the internet. I have pop up blocked but this still comes up. It doesn’t matter if I go onto a facebook web page, and internet game, or ebay. It always pops up. Anyone know how to get rid of it?

Security Warning

Do you want to view only the webpage content that was delivered securely?

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  1. carson on May 03, 2012 reply

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  2. DunbarPappy®ϟϟ on May 03, 2012 reply

    You are allowing 3rd party cookies, which means things don’t come from the site in your address bar.
    Since you’re trying to deal with a ‘secure’ server which is encrypted, these 3rd party items (usually advertising) are not from them and NOT encrypted.

    FIREFOX: Tools> Options> Privacy> top drop menu set to “Firefox will use custom settings…”> Check ‘Accept Cookies from sites’
    ►Un-Check ‘Accept 3rd Party cookies’.

    A good collection of effective add-on’s (Official Mozilla) is here:
    https://addons.mozilla.org/collections/dunbar-pappy/dunbarpappy/
    AdBlock Plus (with ‘subscription’ added) helps defray rubbish.

    CHROME> wrench icon> Preferences> Under the hood> Content settings> Cookies (heading): tick “Allow local data…” & “Ignore exceptions and block 3rd party…”> close tab.
    Add-on’s for Chrome:
    (Here’s how to get to the add-on’s for Chrome:
    Upper right ‘wrench’ icon> Tools> Extensions> (near bottom left) “Get more extensions”.
    This will take you to the ‘store’.)

    Make sure to get this extension first, so that your connection to Google servers will be ‘secure’ meaning your data exchanges are not tampered with and not being re-directed to some fake Google site:
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/flcpelgcagfhfoegekianiofphddckof
    After install, you can have more confidence that you are getting the genuine Google add-on’s.

    AdBlock Plus (needs ‘subscription’ added after install).
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/search?q=ad+block

    INTERNET EXPLORER does not handle 3rd party assets very well (or anything else) and won’t give nearly the control as Firefox.
    It is garbage.
    Use to your own detriment.

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