|There is probably more to the message than you typed in response 3.|
There was probably info before that, saying the web page that you want to access has both secure and non-secure data, or similar.
It appears you answered to NOT display the non-secure data, either when you got the specific message, or you answered that way prevuiously and that was made the default for all similar messages somehow,.
You only get that message pop up if the circumstances apply - that message does not appear otherwise.
The message is displayed for your own protection - there is a tiny possibility displaying the non-secure data will cause you a problem.
That happens rarely for me, and when it does pop up, I answer display both types of data or similar - it's extremely unlikely that will cause a problem.
If there is a line below the message that asks if you want messages like this to be displayed or similar, answer no.
E.g. that may be done if you click on the small square box before the line to insert a check mark.
I'm assuming you're using Internet Explorer for your internet browser
If you're not, you will probably find similar settings to the following in your browser..
If you don't see that, in Internet Explorer,
Tools - Internet Options
or - Control Panel - Internet Options
Click on the Security tab,
You may need to change Security settings if they're not set to defaults.
If you're not sure whether they have been changed, you can set them to defaults by clicking on the button for that bottom right of the first window you see.
Or you may need to change a default setting but I have no idea what it would be.
Or - click on the Advanced tab, scroll down to the Security settings - there may be something you can change there.
There are also two buttons at the bottom of the window that can set settings back to defaults.
(Personally, I leave all of those settings set to defaults. I DO get the pop up if the page I was trying to access has both secure and non-secure data.)