I am using Gnome (41.1 at the moment via Fedora 35) for many years.
I like it that it is very clean, but maybe the systray has gone a bit too far with this philosophy?!
The systray shows me several interesting icons, informing me about my wifi reception, that bluetooth is enabled, how loud my volume is and how full my battery is charged, which is great! If I click on one of them, the same menu is opened, combining settings to all of these things, and more, which was somewhat strange at the beginning, but after getting used to is OK.
However, since today a new icon has appeared:
an opened lock, with an exclamation mark! So looks important, but doesn’t show up in the menu or any other place I have looked so far. It isn’t provided by any of my extensions (I am not using that many anyway) , and I have no clue how to get more info about it! Googling doesn’t help, so my last resort is to ask it here.
First of all I want to know what it means of course,
but besides that, I wanted to let you know that there currently is now obvious way (for me) to find out what this icon means!
I’ve attached a screenshot of only the icon:
and look forward to here what it means, and how I was supposed to find out by myself what it is.