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awaresoft 27 Nov 2018 10:04 PM

Chrome on macOS forcing fastmail to non-https address
 
I'm running the latest version of macOS with latest version of Google Chrome.

Chrome is now forcing all my fastmail.com traffic to a non-protected, non-https fastmail.com domain.

This seems different than the fastmailusercontent thread which is why I'm reporting it separately.

Fastmail on Safari is operating as expected.

Malcolm

BritTim 28 Nov 2018 01:26 AM

I do not understand how accessing fastmail.com without the use of https is even possible. Might you have some kind of a malware infection. It feels as though something alarming is up with your browser. Perhaps, the url you see in the address bar is cloaked and you are really communicating through a different server.

awaresoft 29 Nov 2018 10:02 PM

Problem fixed. https Fastmail working fine on macOS Chrome again. I used Safari during the time period when Chrome redirected Fastmail to a non-https address. My hunch is that this problem was related to the Google fastmailusercontent warnings described in other threads.

BritTim 29 Nov 2018 10:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by awaresoft (Post 608393)
Problem fixed. https Fastmail working fine on macOS Chrome again. I used Safari during the time period when Chrome redirected Fastmail to a non-https address. My hunch is that this problem was related to the Google fastmailusercontent warnings described in other threads.

Thinking about it, maybe FastMail temporarily arranged the redirection themselves to bypass the fastmailusercontent issue. If so, it would have been nice if they had told us.


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