I use a version of Syncthing written for Synology NAS and installed from third party packages available on Synology NAS.
Normally and without errors, I connect to the Synology NAS from Windows 10 64 bit (updated) via HTTPS:// with a string like: https://MySynoString.synology.xx:numberport/#/signin In this case I am not receiving security warnings from the browser as the Synology security certificate is up to date and valid.
If I try to start Syncthing (installed on the Synology NAS) - setting for HTTPS:// connection - as recommended by Syncthing at the first configuration - using a string IDENTICAL to the one used to access the Synology NAS except the port number: https://MySynoString.synology.xx:8384/#
any 64-bit browser (Chrome, Edge, Firefox, Opera, Yandex - obviously all updated) gives me a warning like: “Warning: Potential Security Risk”, as if the connection was made via http:// or as if the security certificate was invalid.
Sorry for the length, I tried to be as clear as possible. On GitHub they don’t deem it to be a bug. So if it’s not a bug (defect) what is it?
Kindly, could someone help me to understand if I am wrong something?