Internet Browser Warning Messages RE: Secure/Non-Secure Info.
tlcIT.com has drafted this document to explain the reason for
Microsoft Internet Explorer's (IE) and other browsers Security Warnings.
"You are about to view pages over a secure connection."
"You are about to leave a secure Internet connection.
It will be possible for others to view information you send."
This message is a common informational message in Internet Explorer (IE) and other browsers
and can usually be disregarded or disabled.
The first time you use IE, or if you just installed an update or reset the browser to it's defaults,
you may see this message while browsing websites that use both Secure and Non-Secure pages.
If you receive one of the above messages or something similar, don't be alarmed.
The message simply means your browser is switching between non-secure and secure pages,
which is a common occurrence within ecommerce sites.
This message can usually be disregarded or simply disabled.
To manually change the setting in IE, go to Tools > Internet Options > Advanced >
and uncheck the box next to "Warn if changing between secure and non secure mode".
Or, the first time the message appears check the box "In the Future, do not show this warning".
Other browser have similar features and can be disabled in a similar fashion.