Some browsers address bars can be used to detect web feeds that can be used to subscribe to pages. The detection of a feed is normally indicated by the RSS icon “”. A variety of other icons may also be present in the address bar if included with a browser extension.
Until 2 days ago the yellow triangle appeared when I was on a ‘mixed’ page, and would disappear when I would get off of it and ‘refresh’. No problem—I understood why this happened and knew what to do about it.
To resolve mixed content warnings for resources loaded from a non-HubSpot domain, use the HTTPS version of the URL, if possible. If the external site does not support HTTPS requests, you will need to contact that domain’s admin to see if they can make their content available over HTTPS. As an alternative, if the source file does not support HTTPS, upload the asset to your file manager, and reference that URL instead.
So that brings up an interesting question. You could simply use Firefox so that you have green showing for the security certificate — BUT it’s really the same security protocol on the site. The security on the bank is the same no matter which browser you are using, the two browsers are just interpreting it differently. In the end the choice is up to you. Use the security protocol they have in place and trust or call the bank and complain.
Notably Google have announced that they will boost you up in the search rankings if you use HTTPS, giving this an SEO benefit too. There’s a stick to go with that carrot though: Chrome and other browsers are planning to put bigger and bigger warnings on every site that doesn’t do this, starting from January 2017. Insecure HTTP is on its way out, and now’s the time to upgrade.
You definitely aren’t silly to mistrust a site like that. That message normally means that the stuff that is supposed to be secure is encrypted and there is other unencrypted information on the page. I said “supposed to be” because you can never be 100% sure that they got it right. Personally, I wouldn’t enter my credit card information on this kind of page.
So what can you do to prevent this? Ultimately you want to stop users from being able to execute any file they upload. By default web servers won’t attempt to execute files with image extensions, but it isn’t recommended to rely solely on checking the file extension as a file with the name image.jpg.php has been known to get through.
Assets hosted on cdn1.hubspot.com do not support HTTPS requests. To resolve this issue, locate the file in your file manager and clone it. After cloning the file, copy the new file URL and update the reference.
Since late 2011, Google has provided forward secrecy with TLS by default to users of its Gmail service, along with Google Docs and encrypted search among other services. Since November 2013, Twitter has provided forward secrecy with TLS to users of its service. As of June 2016, 51.9% of TLS-enabled websites are configured to use cipher suites that provide forward secrecy to modern web browsers.
These errors should be resolved as soon as possible as an attacker can use this vulnerability for malicious purposes. This type of mixed content will also be blocked by browsers leaving your web page “broken”.
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Bookmark and tag frequently-used pages. The locationaddress bar will match on the name you give the bookmark and also tags associated with the bookmark. See the Bookmarks in Firefox article for more information on how to use bookmarks in Firefox. You can improve your autocomplete results by tagging pages with easily-typed tag names.
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While the URL in the address bar updates automatically when you visit a new page, you can also manually enter a web address. Therefore, if you know the URL of a website or specific page you want to visit, you can type the URL in the address bar and press Enter to open the location in your browser.
You have the Classic Theme Restorer extension and that makes the Navigation Toolbar work differently. You can check the settings of this extension in its Options/Preferences in Firefox/Tools > Add-ons > Extensions. It is also possible to hide the Navigation Toolbar when CTR is installed and enabled.
If you’ve recently added an SSL certificate to your site, you may expect to see a green padlock when visiting your site, in the URL bar. However, you may run into a conflict called “Mixed Content” which means the site is being loaded with SSL (for example https://mydomain.com), but not all the elements loading on your page are being loaded with SSL.
Google now gives priority to secure websites and see’s it as a further “signal” to authenticity, giving your website the edge over competition. Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst Gary Illyes mentions that if two websites are competing for the same keyword and Google can’t decide which should be ranked higher, the site with HTTPS would be favoured over the non-HTTPS.
You could start with a firewall. You could use a physical firewall or a web application firewall depending on your budget. As a minimum, these offer a first line of defense against the most popular hacks, such as SQL injection or cross-site scripting.
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