I have some affiliate sites from ClickBank that have HTTP and it does not open when I review their product and My site has this information which says" you have not given your site any special permission. I want to know how to give special permission to some of those sites I trust. OR is it only me who is experiencing this type of problem?

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ElaineSmith1 Premium
Hey Bibian,
Looks like onmyownterms has your answer.

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Elaine
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onmyownterms Premium
It means that you have not set up your browser to allow http: (unsecured) connections. Honestly, I wouldn't do so, it can cause problems, and I would not want to business with any site that was not https: in this day and time.
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Triblu Premium
Agreed... and visitors clicking on an unsafe link would not be happy with that link being offered, would be my guess too.
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Bibian2 Premium
honestly dear friend, there was a time I could not do any thing in my site because of these insecure sites. I have to delete all of them. These means I will leave ClickBank completely because all their advertisers have insecure sites. If you have other sites that can help me you know please PM me I will appreciate.
Thank you so much for your help
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Triblu Premium
Hey Bibian,

Being an affiliate of Clickbank products myself and I have had no issues that offered warnings like you are receiving. Not even one.
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Bibian2 Premium
Do you normally select the advertisers with HTTPS ssl? because when I had this problem before that site support told me to remove every sites that doesn't have HTTPS.
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Triblu Premium
I must have been fortunate enough to select the ones that use https as apposed to those without the certificate, because I have never had any issue like you described.
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