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Add permanent SSL certificate exception in Chrome (Linux)

I have a problem with a website that has an SSL certificate which doesn't correspond to the website domain. Chrome gives me a warning for this website (and rightly so), which I have to ignore manually. Every time I restart Chrome, I need to ignore the certificate issue again.

I've tried adding the certificate as a trusted one with certutil, using C,, and P,, trustargs, but it doesn't work. I can't find a set of trustargs that will tell it to ignore which domain is using the certificate.

Is there a way to tell Chrome (or certutil) to trust this certificate whatever domain uses it?

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