Do you get this with other Wifi access points as well? Are date and time of your computer set correctly?
Generally, if you get this message, you really do have an insecure connection. There may be a disclosure triangle with the opportunity to add an exception (which I do not recommend when using public Wifi). If there isn't, this can mean that e.g. the SSL certificate is faked or that someone tries to interfere with your internet access. In this case, the connection cannot be trusted and there will be no way to surf https websites.
This happens only at Starbucks. My clock is correct and matches time on
my ATT cell phone. Happens with Goggle, GMail, Wikipedia, Amazon, etc.
Once I switch to Safari (which always works perfectly), then switch back to
TFF, TFF functions normally. is there no way for me escape this screen?
Doubt seriously that any of these sites are using fake certificates.
I'll get on next visit to SB. Screen offers only "Get me out of here" which
takes me back to first screen of TFF, and a More Info about certificates.
Again, once I connect with safari and return to TFF, access to internet is