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i am facing a problem in flash going from http to https,it shows secure and insecure message in a pop up which i dont have to show in my application.
Please help if any body has idea.
 
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Reason why you are not pointing all of the links inside page to https? Once all of the links are https, the alert goes away.

Eric
 
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Originally posted by Eric Pascarello:
Reason why you are not pointing all of the links inside page to https? Once all of the links are https, the alert goes away.

Eric



Actually i have top navigation flash which has http://macromedia.... URL for the flash i have changed that to https but when i am going from https page to an http page in the same application then again the secure non secure message is coming.Please reply
 
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the link should be https://macromedia...

Is it a flash https warning or is it the browser https warning?

If browser:

Is there anything else on the page that is pointing to http? Do you have blank iframes?

You might want to start to comment out sections of the page and see what causes the warning to come up.

If flash:
need to look at the documentation on Flashes security, I know the new version they changed the rules when it reals data files linked to http.

Eric
 
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