I have been a member at this (jacquielawson.com) site for many years. However, when I recently tried to log in I got the below 1Password warning. (see attached file).
I wrote to them:
"I get this message whenever I try to log in now. Such a message never came up previously. Why is the page not secure now a days? I feel uneasy to use your service."
This is their (jacquielawson.com) reply:
"Please note that the payment portion of our site uses 128-bit SSL 3.0 with 128 bit encryption to encrypt the payment and personal information submitted on our site. This type of encryption is considered a ?High? level of protection. If you right click anywhere on the light blue (on the left hand, or right hand) portion of our payment page, and then select Properties from the menu that pops up, it will also tell you whether or not a web page is secure, and the type of encryption it uses to protect your information. It will list information about the encryption of our site next to the Connection field."
My question is if the login page is not secure then is it not true that someone can know my email and password. And therefore the site is really not secure.