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  • I just replaced another PDF viewer with yours.
    And it works fine, but when viewed on Edge it says site is suspicious
    Not sure why – the source code shows no http:// links!

    Any ideas ?
    Thanks, Dave

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Hi guys,

    No change here either. I tried with the update. Also tried with overwriting with the last version of the PDFjs from the Mozilla GitHub but it does not help either.

    I already opened 4 tickets with Microsoft so they can tell what problem they see, but I don’t think they would answer soon.

    Plugin Author Thomas McMahon

    (@twistermc)

    Are you still having issues with this? Or did you figure it out?

    Hi Thomas, thanks for following this up…
    I looked and it is still showing as insecure for me in Edge.
    But I did discover something, the newsletter from the organisation this website is for has a link to another organisation that is incorrectly http:// instead of https://
    Do you think it is the actual links in the PDF that Edge is not happy with ?
    I’ll investigate with other PDF’s that have no links and see if that is the case!
    And report back!
    Cheers, Dave

    Looks like this may be the issue.
    I created a page with exactly the same setup, and used a different PDF that has no links in it and Edge is not showing any insecure issues.
    It will be interesting to see if that is the case for others with this issue!
    BTW: I did not create the PDF document 🙂

    Regards, Dave

    Plugin Author Thomas McMahon

    (@twistermc)

    Interesting. Edge seems to be scanning all the URLs in the PDF. Thanks for the update.

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