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Discussion in 'Android Help' started by jdub4christ, Mar 14, 2016.

  1. jdub4christ

    jdub4christ Newbie
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    PRIVACY NOT SECURE May be an old topic but I just got my galaxy s7 edge and uploaded my work email and when I tried to open it I received a message saying PRIVACY NOT SECURE. I removed anti virus And cleared history then removed Sim card for 30 minutes then reinstalled still same result. Any ideas?
     


  2. electricpete

    electricpete Android Expert

    I think the message is coming from your work email app. What is the app? Is your phone rooted?
     
  3. jdub4christ

    jdub4christ Newbie
    Thread Starter

    It's an outlook Web page.
     
  4. jdub4christ

    jdub4christ Newbie
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    And no its not rooted, sorry forgot to post that in previous post
     
  5. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    Microsoft Outlook, hmmm, is it because you're not using Internet Explorer on Windows?
     
  6. jdub4christ

    jdub4christ Newbie
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    I had a note 4 edge before this phone and had no issues with webpage
     
  7. jdub4christ

    jdub4christ Newbie
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    This is what it looks like
     

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  8. mikedt

    mikedt 你好

    OK, I've seen that before myself with Chrome and the phone's stock browser, and has been reported here on AF as well. Are you using public WiFi to access the site, like in a hotel or on public transport or something?
    http://androidforums.com/threads/cannot-use-public-wifi-networks.920890/
    Using Firefox or a VPN seems to fix it.
     
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  9. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor

    That's a normal alert. It has nothing to do with your phone. It just means you're connecting to a shared internet connection.
     
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  10. kate

    kate Dreaming of Bugdroid.
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    Another possibility - the padlock next to the URL is unlocked which usually means an insecure connection.

    If the web address starts with "http://" change it to "https://" and see if you still get the message.
     
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  11. jdub4christ

    jdub4christ Newbie
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    OK great replies I'll try them and also im not on WiFi just using regular data.
     
  12. jdub4christ

    jdub4christ Newbie
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    OK just checked and the site is already a https:// site.
     
  13. Slug

    Slug Check six!
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    Are you prepending the URL with "https"? If so the site admin needs alerted to the fact that it's not enforcing the SSL/TLS encryption correctly, hence the open padlock.
     
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