How to accept a self-signed certificate

November 4, 2020

Chrome on Windows/Linux

If you are a Chrome user on Windows or Linux, follow the steps below.

1. You will first see this page that informs you that this connection is not private. Click on Advanced to see more info.

Your connection is not private

2. Click on Proceed <URL> (unsafe) at the bottom of the message

Proceed to unsafe - Chrome on Windows/Linux

3. You will now be able to view the requested page. For example:

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Chrome on macOS

If you are a Chrome user on macOS, follow the steps below.

1. You will first see this page that informs you that this connection is not private. Click on Advanced to see more info.

Chrome on macOS - not private

2. While on this page, click anywhere on the white background of the page, and start typing thisisunsafe blindly. You won’t be seeing anything while you are typing. When you type the final letter “e” you will proceed to the requested page

Chrome on macOS - proceed to unsafe

3. You will now be able to view the requested page. For example:

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Firefox on Windows/Linux/macOS

If you are a Firefox user on Windows, Linux, or macOS, follow the steps below.

1. You will first see this page that informs you that there is a potential security risk. Click on Advanced… to see more info.

Potential security risk - Firefox on Windows/Linux

2. Click on Accept the Risk and Continue

Accept the Risk and Continue - Firefox on Windows/Linux

3. You will now be able to view the requested page. For example:

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Safari on macOS

If you are a Safari user on macOS, follow the steps below.

1. You will first see this page that informs you that this connection is not private. Click on Show Details to see more info.

Safari on macOS - not private connection

2. Click on visit this website at the bottom of this message

Safari on macOS - proceed to unsafe

3. Safari will warn you that you are about to visit a website on a connection that is not private. Click on Visit Website to proceed

Safari on macOS - visit website

4. macOS will ask for your username and password to trust the certificate. Then, click Update Settings

Safari on macOS - update security settings

5. You will now be able to view the requested page. For example:

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