Why would I get a message on my computer questioning me about the security risk of the HubPages site? I logged on as usual and then a security message came up asking me if I was sure I wanted to go to this site (HubPages)? I just clicked yes and yes again and proceeded as usual. Are we to be concerned about a security risk and logging onto this site for some reason? I appreciate the clarification. Photo is from Pixabay public domain.
Hi dear friend Faith,
I have no idea, I am so very low tech, but I hope some high tech people (you being one!) can help out.
I will return to this site and re check for answers.
I see the hubs have changed somewhat, and they seem more 'security' conscious.
Been very hectic, but I try to check out questions and answer a few in between all going on here.
I will send you a email soon, you are always in my mind and heart and praying daily for you and your family.
I know you are not on Face Book, but I have received TWO security warnings this week telling me to change my password right away.
I did it the first time, but then other FB people had been getting the notices too.
I also get email notes from various FB friends that I KNOW are bogus so I delete them.
We just cannot be too careful these days with technology!
if you get a chance please drop a note and let me know how you are. Blessings, Sparklea;)
Hi Dear Sparklea!
So wonderful to hear from you. I pray you are well.
Oh, I am about as far away from being techy as they come LOL. I have no clue as to any kind of computer or Internet technology and I am always lost.
Yes, I think you are right about sites being more security aware, which I know is a good thing for we can never be too safe. I've seen some of those fake emails come in back when I had my old email address, and I knew they were not from my friends and just deleted them.
It is always so nice to see your lovely face pop in. I understand about how crazy life can be as I, too, have not been able to be on HP much.
I will email you too, sweetie.
Hugs and blessings always
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