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Old Feb 2, 16, 12:12 pm
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jaysona
 
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Originally Posted by 24left View Post
Right, but it's my fault my iOS devices now show "not secure" warning messages, which it did not for the last 3 years.

Perhaps while AC is figuring out the next batch of enhancements, they can also clean up this nonsense.
It didn't show that message before because none of the information being sent between the browser and the web server was being sent via https. Now a portion of the website uses https and a portion does not use https. The portion that does not use https is mixed in with a portion of the site that does use https and the iPad web browser is giving the message as a FYI more than anything.

It's a big bugaboo over nothing really.
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