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I use Firefox for Active Rain, but haven't seen that as yet. Something to look forward to?
Yes, I see it on my email notifications and just ignore it. I believe it is my settings and not those of AR.
I have seen this too, and continue. Not sure what that was all about!
I've seen it in the past. I simply logged out logged back in with no problems. I'm using Chrome.
I have seen this on Chrome but not recently.
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No not ever and it is the only way I go into the site
Shanna Hall We're on Macs (primarily) these days, using Safari - no issues so far.
Shanna Hall I use FireFox and I don't see this. Run a virus/malware scan on your computer.
It has not happened to me.
Sometimes, especially if I load from a link in my email.
When I open from an email this happens sometimes.
There are settings you can put in place to stop that kind of message.
My first suggestion would be to clear your cache. But I will ask one of our developers to look at this.
I I know some people were having this issue when we first moved off the Trulia subdomain. If you've never cleared your cache since then (back in late June) this is likely the cause.
I have not seen this with Firefox. Did come up on the regular HTTP site or on a secure HTTPS site? That is common on secure sites when the certificate is expired or self-signed, regardless of which browser you use to get there. If you can get a screenshot of it and post it, tag me in it and I'll diagnose. I'm a retired IT Security geek, so I know a thing or two. :)
Shanna Hall I do not use Firefox - however if this happens, bypass (advanced link perhaps) - and add this site in trusted site.
It happened to me for Staples.com on Chrome!
I saw it once and then it stopped. If you see it again, I would report it to the powers at AR. A