Access through a server gets me a security code that can not be read.

Posted on 2013-05-11
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On a website accessed through a server, there is a security code that needs to be entered to post a comment. It's a simple 4 digit code.
Here is what I see and no way to see the code needed.

I've seen a red X before in some images in a received e-mail but never gotten the red X on a website per say.

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add the site to the trusted sites list - it is probably a java or flash or something to display (you could go view source to find out) - and then ensure that is installed and has permission to run.
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