Sean Reilly on 07 Jan, 2020 10:24 AM
Yes, I will be making that warning less pushy, especially in cases where you're running your own code.
As for the quote loader extension, I've been working with the author and will be distributing a signed copy of it soon. Some of the other extensions upon which it depends are not possible to verify and I strongly recommend against using them until they are willing to have their code reviewed and not bypass our security mechanisms. We've got a bunch of improvements coming to security price updating and it'll be a nicer and less complicated process soon.
Thanks for the info, Sean. It is great that you are taking security so seriously and of course as a user I do not want anything installed that has potential for harm. I look forward to the improvements in security price updating you mention, I'm sure I am not alone in wanting to be able to get Bitcoin prices etc safely available for instance.
As things stand, perhaps it would be possible for a user to mute the warning from the summary page for the current program session so it only appears one time at startup, or something similar. Just thinking out loud!
Hopefully when the security price improvements you mention are implemented this will in any case become a non-issue :)