Why would a wireless network sometimes show as secure and other times not when no changes have been made?

Answer Don't know why to be honest. I'm actually in a "Hotspot" (Lucky me) and i some times get the same, but can always connect regardless. So, like you, i hope someone can shed light on this.AM

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