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How do I disable the warning Chrome gives if a security certificate is not trusted?

I have to regularly browse to a site where the SSL certificate appears to be misconfigured and every time I do I have to click through a "This is probably not the site that you are looking for!" warning due to a name mismatch. I have added the certificate to the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities so it wouldn't display a different error screen saying the certificate wasn't trusted.

How can I disable this dialog so I don't have to click through each time I visit the site?

marked as duplicate by Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007, Ivo Flipse Jul 10 '12 at 21:10

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    So it's not any of those. I have already imported the certificate so it is trusted and before the certificate was imported I was getting a different error so that is not the issue. It's a very badly set up certificate so that rather than the domain name example.com it merely has Example so there is no way I can change the way I access the site to correct the conflict. – wmorland Jun 21 '12 at 14:37
  • On some [citation needed] websites, Chrome will ignore your attempts to trust a website if the SSL certificate is self-signed. – user3463 Jun 21 '12 at 21:52
  • I'm having the same issue. I'm using a self signed certificate for a predefined domain name on my own host. But I am always prompted because the name doesn't match. I do not care about the name and would prefer to add an exception. I have not figured out how (or if it is possible) yet. – Andy Shinn Jun 22 '12 at 17:02
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    This question is marked incorrectly. It’s not a duplicate of the first question that @techie007 linked which is a different warning message. The second link is a more specialized situation (using IP addresses when you can’t access DNS), and the third question is too vague. – yonran Dec 7 '12 at 5:10