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Iconicmoronic

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I was wondering, it seems that for most any internet connection I attempt to connect as of late I'm getting the "it is possible for third parties to view the information you are sending prompt." I was wondering if anyone knew how to prevent this from happening and by that I mean the ability to view and not the prompt. Or rather I should say, how can I make IE confident enough in its ability to search for what I'm looking for without prompting me that big brother, tom from next door, and all the baddies are watching me? Besides lowering my security level to medium-low!
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there should be a check box in the corner of that popup that says "check here to never show this message again" (or the reverse "uncheck to never show again")
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