I’ve successfully installed and deployed my meteor website using MUPX and SSL. I also added the force-ssl package. I’m using a Godaddy “Protect One Site” SSL Certificate.
• When I enter my url or refresh the url in Safari, the Padlock appears and remains.
• When I enter my url or refresh the url in Firefox, the Padlock has a yellow triangle over it.
• When I enter my url or refresh the url in Chrome, the Padlock appears Green, and then it disappears and goes gray.
I’ve tested my SSL using a variety of sites, which report my SSL is working properly – with Quayls Lab giving me an overall rating of A+.
However, when I went to use “Why No Padlock” (https://www.whynopadlock.com/check.php), it reports a single exception – shown below:
**Insecure call. **
Found on line # 248 in file: mysite.com/c3c8bdf46b9ade2f3d6c11ed6c6902607790c4ff.js?meteor_js_resource=true
(Note: Chrome will show a security error for any secure page with an insecure call on the page)
QUESTION: How do I locate the js file causing this insecure call? – i.e. how do i map “mysite.com/c3c8bdf46b9ade2f3d6c11ed6c6902607790c4ff.js” to my code?
Any direction is greatly appreciated.