The latest version of Apple’s browser, Safari 11.1, was released yesterday for iOS and macOS. The new update brings a warning for websites that offer login forms over unencrypted HTTP, which has become standard UI for most major web browsers. Safari’s warning appears in red and reads “Website Not Secure” when the login form has […]
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