Thursday, April 10, 2014

Disable Chrome’s SSL Certificate errors

SSL

Although is not something very known, many websites, services, and apps require an SSL connection to work properly and safe as possible. The thing is, for extensions or apps within Chrome that require a constant connection to a site with an untrusted certificated won’t connect because Chrome blocks these kind of site by default; you need to go into the site and click “Proceed anyway” for the app to work.

The workaround is with a flag:

--ignore-certificate-errors

Chrome Flag

That way, each time Chrome asks a site for it’s certificate, it won’t matter if is trusted or not, everything will be possible!

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