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juliusCaesar
 
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Post Posted March 9th, 2017, 4:20 pm

The new feature that notifies when a site uses an unsecure connection is nice. However we all visit the same sites every day and we already know which ones don't use HTTPS. Getting the warning once in enough. No need to get it every day.
There should be a whitelist where we can add the sites that we visit every day and don't want to receive this warning from. This way u/n and p/w will be auto-filled like before and we won't have to select them by clicking on the u/n field.

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Post Posted March 9th, 2017, 11:17 pm

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Post Posted March 10th, 2017, 8:13 am

juliusCaesar wrote:The new feature that notifies when a site uses an unsecure connection is nice. However we all visit the same sites every day and we already know which ones don't use HTTPS. Getting the warning once in enough. No need to get it every day.
There should be a whitelist where we can add the sites that we visit every day and don't want to receive this warning from. This way u/n and p/w will be auto-filled like before and we won't have to select them by clicking on the u/n field.


I use Secure Login (Web Extension) 0.1.4 and don't repeatedly see the warning anymore on sites like this one.

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juliusCaesar
 
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Post Posted March 10th, 2017, 4:52 pm

Thank you both for your answers.

therube that thread provided the answer to my issue. I still maintain that it should not be necessary to go through about:config to achieve this but at least its solved for now.

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