I Have found these steps to add SSL self attested certificate in chrome for sites having invalid SSL certificate. I have have added exactly as mentioned but still when I reopen the site I have the same red lock in the link bar. Here are the steps.
- On the page with the untrusted certificate (https:// is crossed out in red), click the lock > Certificate Information.
- Click the Details tab > Export. Choose PKCS #7, single certificate as the file format.
Then follow my original instructions to get to the Manage Certificates page. Click the Authorities tab > Import and choose the file to which you exported the certificate, and make sure to choose PKCS #7, single certificate as the file type.
Manage Certificates page:
- Open up Chrome Settings > Show advanced settings > HTTPS/SSL > Manage Certificates.
- Click the Authorities tab and scroll down to find your certificate under the Organization Name that you gave to the certificate.
- Select it, click Edit, check all the boxes and click OK. You may have to restart Chrome.
- If prompted certification store, choose Trusted Root Certificate Authorities
- Check all boxes and click OK. Restart Chrome.
Although, I just added an exception in Firefox and it worked well.
Could you tell me any other solution to get the site working, as I want to store my password for the site and because of that I am not able to do it.