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A Note About Insecure Password Warning in Firefox and Other Browsers  #FreeComputerSecurityTips #MobileComputerRepairHonoluluandRemotely  by in home computer, tablet and smart cell phone tutor, mobile virus removal and repair specialist, dual certified teacher J. Richard Kirkham B.Sc. of Honolulu Hawaii covering all of Oahu. Call or text 808.224.1870 Text only for the rest of the U.S. for remote computer support for help with Windows PCs, Surface tablets or Apple/Mac computers       
 
 
Nothing has changed folks everything is okay. This move to have website owners pay more money for ssl certificates is ABSOLUTELY not necessary unless they are accepting payments ON their website NOT redirecting payments to a secure site. SSL Certificates are small data files that digitally bind a cryptographic key to an organization's details. When installed on a web server, it activates the padlock and the https protocol and allows secure connections from a web server to a browser. This move was started by the all powerful Google (or they seem to think they are) and some of the other internet browsers such as Firefox are picking up Google's breadcrumbs.
 
 
Sounds Good Right?
 
 
Yes, if you're purchasing something ON that website. That's why I use and have always used PayPal's or another purchasing service's websites instead of my own. Many of you who have supported my efforts by purchasing my ebook Secrets to Computer Virus Removal – How I Ticked Off My Competitors. When you purchased it you noticed you ended up at the PayPal website which does pay extra for the ssl certificate.
 
 
But Rick, To Post On Your Website I Have to Put in My Username and Password. Is That Safe?
 
 
Absolutely! You can still log into forums and WordPress sites and comment just like you have been before big brother Google decided WE ALL need to pay for ssl certificates. Carry on as usual. Nothing to see despite big brother and its followers.
 
 
Enjoy your computer as usual,
Your friendly neighborhood computer geek and tutor,
Rick

J. Richard Kirkham B.Sc.
http://InHomeComputerHelp.com
http://computerhelp808.com/EnglishRemoteComputerSupport
 
 
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