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      Долгое сохранение сообщений || Delays while posting (click here to read the full text RU/EN)   09/20/2017

      Due to some technical reasons visual delays are possible while message sending. Actually your message is published immediately - just interface works long. In such case, please, do not re-send your message immediately! Press F5 to reload the page and check if your message/topic is published. || По техническим причинам возможно визуально долгое отправление сообщений на форуме. Фактически ваше сообщение публикуется мгновенно - долго отрабатывает графика. В случае подобной ситуации, пожалуйста, сначала обновите страницу (F5) и проверьте, появилось ли ваше сообщение. Не пытайтесь сразу отправить его заново.
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you have requested an unencrypted page

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Hello. I get the system message below sometimes when i go to a webpage that requires me to login and i click login.

 

"You have requested an encrypted page that contains some unencrypted information. Information that you see or enter on this page could easily be read by a third party.

Then it has a tick box underneath saying "alert me whenever i'm about to view an encrypted page that contains some unencrypted information"

 

I think this means that if i typed in my password on the page, someone else could intercept my password?

 

Sometimes it has https at the top, and sometimes just http. I nearly allways click back and load the page again so it comes up with the coloured box with https in it before i login, but sometimes i forget. It's been happening for ages now, and it's become very annoying. Has anyone else had a problem with this or know how to fix it please?

 

I use windows XP Home Sp3 and firefox.

 

Thanks.

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