--- Comment #9 from Brian Jason Drake <brianr...@gmail.com> 2010-12-29 16:30:14
(In reply to comment #7)
> I use an addon called https everywhere. It automatically changes you to the
> secure version of any websites it lists, which includes wikipedia. But on
> wikipedia, it always warns me about parts of the page being insecure. Found
> it's because of the images that wikipedia shows and came across this bug.
> It is extremely annoying and I don't want to have to disable that warning just
> so that wikipedia won't bug me about it. I'd rather be warned for when I
> needed it.
> Please put the images website on ssl so that this warning stops popping up.
The author is using an add-on called HTTPS Everywhere  for Firefox.
Importantly, the warning is coming from Firefox itself, not any add-ons, and
would still have appeared had they manually, or by any other method, accessed
the secure version of a Wikimedia site.
By the way, someone more familiar with the Wikimedia sites than me should keep
an eye on the HTTPS Everywhere ruleset for those sites, to make sure it is as
secure as possible (and, in particular, to make sure it is updated when the
sites are changed).
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