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Encrypted Traffic Setting?


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What shall I do about this setting? Shall I tell it to allow always? Everytime I start Chrome I get this warning in EAV v9 Final:

 

 

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It seems you have some sort of an add-on installed in Chrome which tries to communicate with the specified server. EAV then just warns you about the fact that the communication uses an untrusted certificate. Try to look for what initiates the communication (some add-on installed in Chrome, etc.)

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It seems you have some sort of an add-on installed in Chrome which tries to communicate with the specified server. EAV then just warns you about the fact that the communication uses an untrusted certificate. Try to look for what initiates the communication (some add-on installed in Chrome, etc.)

I don't know I enabled it and set it to remember the rule.

 

My add-ons are:

 

AdBlock Plus

LastPass

Xmarks

IE Tab

Disconnect

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According to the domain name seen in the prompt in the screenshot, it is most probably initiated by the Disconnect add-on.

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