Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #21321, comment 34


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Jun 30, 2017, 3:47:04 PM (2 years ago)
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  • Ticket #21321, comment 34

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    11Hi, the UX team has reviewed this ticket, and we recommend removing the warnings as soon as possible and working on messaging thereafter.
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    3 I think that there are two problems to solve, 1) the password and padlock warnings are misleading users, telling them that something is secure when it isn't 2) educating users on what secure means. I think that we can, and should, solve these issues independently. Getting rid of the warnings will be a much better improvement than leaving them up, even if there is no explanation.
     3I think that there are two problems to solve, 1) the password and padlock warnings are misleading users, telling them that something is insecure when it isn't 2) educating users on what secure means. I think that we can, and should, solve these issues independently. Getting rid of the warnings will be a much better improvement than leaving them up, even if there is no explanation.
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    55Of course, it would be good to educate users on why .onion sites are secure. When we onboard users to Tor, we should mention .onion sites and other features on first use, and show information on .onion sites when they first visit an onion website. Additionally, we can also put a message when you click on or hover over the "secure" indicator (something like [https://share.riseup.net/#fi-f_QKZqY8pV8Kf0BXR9g this]) that says why .onion sites are safe, for people who are wondering why it is safe.