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Posted - 20 March 2017 12:45
any site that doesn't begin https is not secure
that said don't assume all https are secure
just turn the nag off
pancake humper
Posted - 20 March 2017 12:53
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Chrome will give you the same warning if you click the i in the URL bar. The next release of Chrome is going to start warning you more prominently about it.

It means there's no security against someone snooping on the traffic between the user and RoF, or that another site could hijack and pretend to be RoF to your computer.

Theoretically at least, I wouldn't worry about it as far as a tiny site like this goes.
Posted - 20 March 2017 13:11
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I get this with firefox. Is it a warning that the Russkies are monitoring RoF?

another site pretending to be RoF could be as funny as RoF used to be so the difference would be easy to spot