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How To Disable Firefox 52 Insecure Form Warning - Bam - 17-06-2017

Please know that your password can very easily be stolen if you are logging into websites over HTTP. If a website you use does not offer secure logins, use a unique password for that site and do not use it anywhere else.
Only follow these instructions if you want to turn off these important security settings in Firefox. Do not follow these instructions if someone else is telling you to.
Here’s how to disable Firefox insecure password warnings:
  1. Open a new tab, paste about:config into the address bar and hit enter.
  2. If you see the “This Might Void Your Warranty” page, click the blue “I accept the risk!” button. Understand we are manually modifying Firefox’s default settings.
  3. In the Search box at the top, paste security.insecure_field_warning.contextual.enabled

  4. Double click the setting to change it to “false”, to disable Firefox’s insecure password warning.
  5. Done! Now when you visit pages with HTTP login forms, the warning will no longer appear.