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Submitted: Jun 11 2013 / 07:07

It means something is wrong with the website – very wrong – yet somehow we seem to keep building websites that do this. The problem, as you’ll see in the video below, is that it jeopardises the security of traffic going backwards and forwards over what otherwise appears to be a secure site, at least in terms of implementing SSL. This can lead to issues such as the theft of identity data, potentially including such personal information as social security numbers. Fortunately there’s a channel to report potentially fraudulent activity except that, well, this video explains it best:
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