How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? - Super User most recent 30 from superuser.com 2018-11-17T10:54:37Z http://asianhospital.com/?id=feeds/question/27268 http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/rdf http://asianhospital.com/?id=q/27268 157 How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? sippa http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/4405 2009-08-21T15:43:18Z 2018-07-11T01:24:03Z <p>I want to know if it's possible to disable the warning you get in Chrome when you try to go to some HTTPS site that doesn't have a trusted certificate.</p> <p>I have a few sites in my bookmarks that use HTTPS but none of them have trusted certificates, so each time I visit them I manually have to click "Proceed anyway" in the warning and it's getting kind of annoying.</p> <p>Is there any way to disable the warning or somehow add these sites to some kind of safe list?</p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/27281#27281 34 Answer by chills42 for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? chills42 http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/897 2009-08-21T15:57:58Z 2009-08-21T15:57:58Z <p>You can avoid the message for trusted sites by installing the certificate.</p> <p>This can be done by clicking on the warning icon in the address bar, then click </p> <blockquote> <p>"Certificate Information" -> Details Tab -> Copy to file</p> </blockquote> <p>Save the certificate, then double click on the certificate file. On the certificate window that opens, click install certificate, then walk through the install.</p> <p>The next time you go to the site it should work fine without errors.</p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/41937#41937 33 Answer by cornelius10 for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? cornelius10 http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/0 2009-09-16T02:08:57Z 2009-09-16T02:08:57Z <p>sippa,<br/> When you use Chrome's Options > Manage Certificates > Import where are you placing the certificate? On the "Certificate Store" screen of the import, choose "Place all certificates in the following store" and browse for "Trusted Root Certification Authorities." Restart Chrome. This normally works for me.</p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/148059#148059 1 Answer by caspian for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? caspian http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/38939 2010-06-02T13:10:38Z 2010-06-02T13:10:38Z <p>In order for me to get this to work, I had to copy to file using the "Cryptographic Message Syntax Standard - PKCS #7 Certificates (.P7B)" option and check the "Include all certificates in the certification path if possible" box.</p> <p>Then I imported using Cornelius' instructions and it worked.</p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/212523#212523 3 Answer by Fernando Meyer for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? Fernando Meyer http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/55216 2010-11-18T23:09:11Z 2010-11-18T23:09:11Z <p>On OsX you should export your certificate from firefox and import on keychain under the login profile. </p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/232071#232071 17 Answer by davemyron for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? davemyron http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/62512 2011-01-12T02:09:22Z 2011-01-12T02:09:22Z <p>For Chrome on OSX, here's a relatively easy way to add the self-signed certificate to the system's Keychain, which is used by Chrome: <a href="http://www.robpeck.com/2010/10/google-chrome-mac-os-x-and-self-signed-ssl-certificates/" rel="nofollow noreferrer">Google Chrome, Mac OS X and Self-Signed SSL Certificates</a>. No more annoying red warning screen! (I do wish Chromium would simplify adding the exception though.)</p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/319371#319371 12 Answer by lzap for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? lzap http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/76704 2011-08-05T07:36:34Z 2012-10-11T17:20:56Z <p>Instructions <strong>for Linux</strong> (Chrome 12+):</p> <pre><code>Certificate Information -&gt; Details -&gt; Export </code></pre> <p>Save the certificate as a file of your choice.</p> <pre><code>Preferences -&gt; Under the hood -&gt; Manage certificates -&gt; Authorities </code></pre> <p>Import the file and check all the boxes when it asks. You are done.</p> <p>It is <strong>very important</strong> to import under the <strong>Authorities tab</strong>, and not other!</p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/776936#776936 1 Answer by Nikolai Vakulenko for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? Nikolai Vakulenko http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/334320 2014-07-04T10:07:22Z 2014-07-04T10:07:22Z <p>If the site to which you go, your own server, make sure that you have installed the Self-Signed certificate or a certificate from a Trusted Authorities on your server. Some server software sets the default test certificate, which can not be added to the Trusted root Authorities certificate store.</p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/1036062#1036062 78 Answer by Brad Parks for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? Brad Parks http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/38941 2016-02-05T14:23:33Z 2017-04-28T16:48:53Z <p>You can tell Chrome to ignore all SSL errors by passing the following at the command line:</p> <pre><code>--ignore-certificate-errors </code></pre> <p>I start Chrome from bash using this:</p> <pre><code>/Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --ignore-certificate-errors &amp;&gt; /dev/null &amp; </code></pre> <p>and it works great. Note that this should <em>only</em> be used for testing development websites, and <em>should not</em> be used by a typical end user.</p> <p>Why? Because Chrome won't say anything about bad certs on "real" sites too! So only use this if you are a developer!</p> <p>If you just want this for local SSL certificates, then you may be able to get away with just using this option in Chrome, <code>allow-insecure-localhost</code>:</p> <p>chrome://flags/#allow-insecure-localhost</p> <p>On a related note, if you want to create fully trusted self signed SSL certs for Chrome/Safari, <a href="https://stackoverflow.com/a/43666288/26510">you can find out how to do that here</a></p> http://asianhospital.com/?id=questions/27268/-/1338117#1338117 0 Answer by curiousguy for How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted? curiousguy http://asianhospital.com/?id=users/100301 2018-07-11T01:24:03Z 2018-07-11T01:24:03Z <p>If the Google paternalism becomes insufferable <a href="https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=41890#c6" rel="nofollow noreferrer">as in</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><strong>we don't want users</strong> to visit a site with a revoked certificate. If you think this bug report is about #2, I'll mark it WontFix. Would you like me to do that?</p> </blockquote> <p>you can nullify the browser's TLS system completely by using a TLS proxy that signs all TLS connection opening with its own TLS root CA. Obviously, that has annoying consequences like the inability to view the real certificate of a website with the Chrome interface. Also, client TLS certificates are by design not compatible with that TLS proxying.</p> <p>Many Google Chrome extensions allow you to select proxies based on domain, so you could only proxy those domains that are known to cause TLS issues in Chrome.</p>