published on Jun 29, 2011
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, Jul 15, 2011
This does not mean that Triond was 'hacked,' it merely suggests that Triond cannot verify if you are in fact, viewed the 'secure' page (hence, the protocol "https://" being used.
While I would not recommend anyone to ;allow' this as being 'trusted' because Triond HAS been host to viruses and phishing attacks in the past, a way around this is to remove the "s" in the "https://" from the address bar. This shows you the NON-secure page, with the same risks present when viewing say, MSN, CNN or any other site.
"Allowing" the viewing of pages showing this warning is never a good idea, but if your anti-virus software is up to date you should not have any real concerns about this warning at this site.
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