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revolution
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sleepsleep wrote:
lock with yellow exclamation mark still showing in aurora browser, it only happened after log in, in main index page, in login page too, but once you log out, the effect persists,
What does Aurora Browser say is the problem?
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same as what i attached before this,

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Okay. But why does it think it isn't secure? Does it tell you? Is there an explanation?
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So you think it can tell?
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revolution wrote:
Okay. But why does it think it isn't secure? Does it tell you? Is there an explanation?


to be frank, idk,
only fasm board shows such lock with exclamation mark, other websites have no such issue,
Post 11 Mar 2019, 17:02
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sleepsleep wrote:
revolution wrote:
Okay. But why does it think it isn't secure? Does it tell you? Is there an explanation?


to be frank, idk,
The vague "weak" description isn't of any value unless it tells you why.
Post 11 Mar 2019, 19:20
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