Should login pages be secured (https)? A bank has a login page that has 
account holders log in with their user ID and password on an unsecured (http) 
This goes to a secure site (https). A bank staff person told me that the log 
in page need not be secure.  Is that correct?



Michael S. Altus, PhD, ELS
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