When connecting them to a secure site on Internet Explorer, it is a 'padlock' symbol so you can see it's course, is there something similar in Firefox? Thank you.

When connecting them to a secure site on Internet Explorer, it is a 'padlock' symbol so you can see it's course, is there something similar in Firefox? Thank you.

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