I am getting a 'listlastvisit' cookie that has a send over 'Any Type of Connection' showing on my list using Firefox 51.0.1 on Windows 8.1 32bit. All the other cookies I see are set to send over encrypted connections only.
I have cleared the browser history completely twice and logged back it to verify and it come up the same each time.
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Hmm. listlastvisit is secure here. Both in Chrome and Firefox.
Try delete it again.
Odd, it is now showing a secure but it definitely wasn't the first 2 times!
I fixed it just after you posted the first time.
i like very the blue lock symbol looks nice
Win 7 64bit with Firefox says
Your connection is not secure
The owner of forumbeta.videohelp.com has configured their web site improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this web site.
Last edited by Anonymous; 26th May 2017 at 17:07.
You should not use forumbeta.videohelp.com
Is the main forum now using the new beta version or is the following unrelated?
On a browsing computer running Xp sp3 and Firefox 39.0 I decided to set the option under Advanced / General to "warn me when websites try to redirect or reload a page" . Now when I access the front page using the normal link "https://www.videohelp.com (not the beta), tools or even the current page I'm typing on I get this popup message " Firefox prevented this page from automatically redirecting to another page" and asks if I want to allow it. It happens on most pages on VH but very rarely on any other websites. Is this normal the way VH is set up or is something funny going on?
btw) The popup blocker is off on VH and Firefox is set to accept cookies
Last edited by gll99; 25th Aug 2017 at 22:31.There's not much to do but then I can't do much anyway.
The SSL/https should work fine on all modern browsers and OS.
Except on Windows XP with IE8 (maybe same problem with firefox 39)
IE 8 / XP No FS 1 No SNI 2 Incorrect certificate because this client doesn't support SNI
I prefer not to update on this PC. Isn't 49 bloated?
I'm not getting any certificate warnings just the popup comment about the pages being redirected. Please note that the page is displaying fine it just has that message at the top. I've only seen it on VH and maybe 1 other site so far but most sites are popup blocked so that could explain some of them.....
Edit1: Nope I disabled the blocker on all sites to test and the redirect message only happens here after trying dozens of other websites.
EDIT2: I can get rid of the popup message by adding VH and the VH-forums to the list of blocked popups in the Adblock Plus Popup blocker addon but it also stops all the ads on this site from displaying. I am trying to avoid doing that.
Edit3: Just so you know it's not specific to XP. I tested another PC which is running Firefox 39.0.3 with Win7 and the same message shows up if I set Firefox to warn me if pages are redirected and I disable the ad blocker either on the front page (https://videohelp.com) or the forum pages (https://forum.videohelp.com). That doesn't mean an update to Firefox might or might not be the cure but it does indicate that's it's not just XP.
Last edited by gll99; 26th Aug 2017 at 13:14.There's not much to do but then I can't do much anyway.
https://www.videohelp.com/ but it still happens when I press the home button.
Not to waste anymore of your time I installed the latest portable version of Firefox ESR v52.... which can be installed in any directory on any drive and doesn't affect the current installed version. I've only played with it a bit by adding the Adblocker so I could turn it on and off and I also set the redirect warning but it doesn't seem to do it in that version. I'll post again if I see it in the portable version of Firefox otherwise I'd say just ignore it since it may be an incompatibility in Firefox 39. I may update to a newer full install version anyway. It's such just a pain to update 5-6 computers with many custom classic settings so I've been putting it off.There's not much to do but then I can't do much anyway.