The pop up below is displayed when I login to certain sites. It seems to be something that started recently, but I can't say for sure. It mentions LastPass, which I'm using, but I can't find this message associated with LastPass and I don't get this pop up on the "old" Edge browser, just the chrome version (Version 80.0.334.4 (Official build) dev (64-bit)).
The URL on the address bar has https, and the message has a different address, passport.aliexpress.com vs the URL of www.aliexpress.com. I'm assuming that is their authentication server. I traced the requests in F12 network tab and don't see anything that isn't https.
1. Is the browser showing that message, or the LastPass extension?
2. What is making it insecure?
It makes me think my login info is about to be spewed all over the internet. Wondering if that is true or just a quirk in the new browser.
@HotCakeX Well, I was using Version 80.0.334.4 (Official build) dev (64-bit) then, in the middle of trying out what you mentioned below, it updated to Version 80.0.345.0 (Official build) dev (64-bit). FWIW, this setting "Blockable mixed content switch as site setting" only became available after the update.
Regardless, something helped - either toggling the settings or the new version. Now I don't get that pop up any longer.