This morning (8AM West Coast USA) when I signed in (work computer, so required to delete all cookies every day) a message popped up about secure and non-secure web content
This is not something I've seen before... is someone doing "something" to the forum login?
No work that I'm aware of. But the sign in page is https and the rest of the site is http, so I could imagine getting that popup if some item on the page (a gif or jpg or something like that) was still http.
I'll try clearing things out and signing in.
I've reset my browser (cleared everything) and signed out/in/out/in a few times and haven't seen the security warning. Do you still get it if you clear out and sign back in?
Did not have time to test Friday... but no odd login message this Monday morning
Thanks for checking!
Going back a bit (6 mos.?), I had my log-in changed. Adobe-Admin got me going. My change was from my ID name to my POP address, without warning, and in between sessions in the same day. Odd, but easily handled - just a change in MY account, and at that time, I saw no one else having the issue.
I have not seen any error messages, such as you have encountered, and I do clean out cookies fairly often.
About the only thing that changes, with a cookie cleanup, is that I get the option to take an Adobe survey, that I have taken before. Otherwise, it's usually "business as usual."