Hi @thedoitalldad, actually the default font provided by Linux is like that, where the single quote looks like the closed quote.
However, it is really strange. Your settings are getting detected, but it seems like either they are wrong of being replaced, could you do the following checks?:
- Check the warnings you see ("The page's settings blocked..."), and see if you can get which domain is getting blocked. Maybe you missed a subdomain?
- In the page you opened, check the HTML source and see if there is a "meta" tag with Content-Security-Policy. Refer to https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/security/csp/#the_meta_tag for an example.
Also, since you're still unable to configure SSH, please follow these steps:
sudo yum -y install openssh-server openssh-clients
sudo chkconfig sshd on
sudo service sshd start
We recommend you check your configuration at "/etc/ssh/sshd_config", and ensure it is valid and secure. For instance, you can follow guides like this: https://blog.devolutions.net/2017/4/10-steps-to-secure-open-ssh