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Opera 'Login Not Secure' warnings

htvblu
htvblu

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    I want to disable the warning message from Opera every time I am on an unsecured page.

    When I sign on, in the current case, to my ISP account page a prompt pops up which reads "i. login not secure".

    The problem for me is that this pop up then cover the box into which i need to put my username. I do not need reminding. I want to disable this warning but I can find not mention of how to do so in Help or on the Opera flags.

    (I had hoped to be able to include screenshots but it seems they are not available to be added to a post here!)

    Any ideas gratefully received.

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    leocg
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    As far as I know you can't remove it.

    Anyway, it shouldn't create any issues for you to login.

    sgunhouse
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    You can include screenshots, but you need to upload them to some other hosting service first. However, as Leo says the warning can't be disabled. (You may trust your ISP, but who else is reading everything you type on that page? Anybody who can arrange to be between you and them can read everything you type there.)

    htvblu
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    htvblu

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      I have no issue with them warning me but the pop up warning box itself, particularly on the site I use most, covers the login box. This means I cannot get to the log in page without clicking on "Learn More."

      leocg
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      he pop up warning box itself, particularly on the site I use most, covers the login box.

      What site is that?

      zerogig
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        There must be a way to disable it, I have multiple internal sites at my office and it keeps saying the same thing. If it can't be disabled I will be forced to move to another browser.

        sgunhouse
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        Good luck, I know Chrome has added similar warnings.