I have some files on my web sites, that people can download. Those are ZIP files. Some people complained about having to go through "accept risk", and other things just to be able to proceed with the downloading process. Is there any way to avoid that ? Maybe I need some kind of "certificate" from someone ? Or do I have to use some 3rd party to host my downloadable files ? I am looking for a solution. If there is no other way, but to tell the user how to change browser settings, I would need an html page to explain to the user what to do for which browser types/versions. (Minimum IE and FireFox)
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