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How to set SSL security off (SSL = off) in autoit script when we access https:\\ link

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wchan2122

Please advise how to set SSL security off (SSL = off) in autoit script when we access https:\\ link.

The reason is I want to disable the Security Information & Security Alert window when the script run in SSL enabled web link.

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BrettF

Please advise how to set SSL security off (SSL = off) in autoit script when we access https:\\ link.

The reason is I want to disable the Security Information & Security Alert window when the script run in SSL enabled web link.

I think you're talking about credentials or something when accessing a secure site?

HTTPS basically means Secure HTTP. SSL is one way that is kept secure. Can you attach a screenshot of the window you're talking about?

Cheers,

Brett

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wchan2122

Thank you for your advice

Attached please find the screen print

Wchan

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BrettF

I see what you mean.

See this:

http://ask-leo.com/can_i_get_rid_of_the_this_page_contains_both_secure_and_nonsecure_items_warning.html

Have a look in the registry to what happens when you do this. Maybe a key is changed or something.

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wchan2122

Dear Brett ,

I find the information very useful. Thank a lot!!!!Posted Image

Wchan

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