How to remove HTTPS Security Warning in IE 8

While browsing the Internet using Internet Explorer 8, sometimes a dialog box appears which states “This webpage contains content that will not be delivered using a secure HTTPS connection, which could compromise the security of the entire webpage”, as shown in the screenshot below. This dialog box may appear when you are opening a web address that begins with https like Hotmail or Amazon or any other secure website. This message shows that you are trying to access a web page that may include images and other elements that are hosted on a non-https location.



You can easily disable this irritating dialog in just a few steps.

  • Open your Internet Explorer; go to tools then in tools select to internet options.
  • From Inter Options Select Security Tap. In security make sure that “Internet” zone is selected and then click on the “Custom Level” button, as shown in the screen shot below.
  • After clicking “Custom Level” button, a new windows will appear with “Security Settings – Internet Zone” written on it. Scroll-down the options appearing and set the “Display mixed content” setting from “Prompt” to “Enable.”As in the screen-shot below.


You’ll never have to see that annoying message box again!

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  • jason

    this one doesn’t work, its simply waste of doing this

    i am getting security warning even after doing this

    • michelle

      Did you hit the “ok” button on that page, then the “apply” button on the following Security page? Without doing that then clicking the enable wouldn’t have saved. I did it at it worked just fine. Have yet to see that message again.

  • Yenneti Uday

    I have done it but its not working its Waste of time as Jason told