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AARP Rewards website not completely encrypted

Hello AARP security people,

 

when perusing the Rewards website, I finally checked out the reason for the security notice at the top of my non-Chrome browser (Chrome might say "Not secure" in words): aarp-lax-security.jpg

 

 

The reason is that the AARP logo at the top of the page is not being served from an encrypted HTTPS server, but is sent by the less secure HTTP protocol.

 

The logo's URL is:

http://www.aarp.org/content/dam/aarp/qa/stage/homepage-redesign/aarp-rp.svg

 

Please have your security personnel see if they can migrate it to HTTPS.

 

Thanks,

Ray

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REWARDS site unsecure too?

https://www.aarp.org/rewards/redeem/

 

 

 

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@ralmon Our team is aware and actively working on a fix for the https error you are experiencing.

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