April 13-14, 2017 -- Special Note on Secure Logins

publication date: Apr 13, 2017
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Many members have contacted us with reports that their log-in attempts to WMR have generated messages from Mozilla Firefox and other browsers that WMR is unsecure.

The message is:

"This connection is not secure. Logins entered here could be compromised."

This is apparently some new censorware software designed to steer people away from WMR. This same issue has been reported by other alternative news sites.

Please be aware that contrary to these false notice claims of being unsecure, WMR's URL is now "https," which means we have a Secure
Socket Layer (SSL) that uses encryption to handle web page requests and further access. It's too bad that Mozilla Firefox has joined Microsoft and Google in the NSA's and CIA's increasing censorware operations. WMR has been an https site for several months now.

Unfortunately, for the cyber-censors at NSA and US Cyber Command, the Snowden and other leaks have informed us all about the nature of the U.S. cyber-tampering, including "Man-in-the-Middle" operations.

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