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still no update for firefox 50+ actual versions ? it's broken on firefox.
update! I need it!
I still get a SEC_ERROR_OCSP_BAD_SIGNATURE for a site that Chrome accepts
Why is this allowed for install in newer versions if it doesn't work? Better yet, why is it even still in the add-on store?
Very nice tool, finally I got rid of all this super super wiry firefox windows when accessing any of my firewalls and servers. Of course the certificates are not valid because I am using mostly ip addresses and so on, but I absolutely do not care, the only sense of the https connection is the encryption for me. And in times of Letsencryp and so on every spammer has a valid ssl certificate anyway ;) So finally a very nice and deeply needed tool :) thanks.
It stopped saving domain list with FF 46. Love this addon, please update.
Regarding the last review from griffin_, his advice is only correct if you don't know what you're doing. For the rest of us who manage many devices in our networks under our control which use self-signed certs this addon is fantastic. It removes the constant annoying errors to devices I manage on a day to day basis. Only problem is this addon no longer works as of Firefox 46 beta1.
DON'T USE THIS !!
If your browser tells you that there is a cert issue, that because THERE IS AN ISSUE about the cipher protocol. Close the tab, and go to another website instead of installing this !!
Thank you for this extension. It solves the problem. FireFox 44.0
Some sites (like atlassian products) handle configurable dashboard through plugins which are displayed on pages through iframes. The bypass seems to work for individual pages but I'm still getting the error in iframes.
Doesn't work Firefox 37, still gives "Secure Connection Failed" but no way to by pass. Even manually added my routers local IP address into the addon and still doesn't work.
Should be 0 Stars
not working for FF 31.6.0
The explanation could be better, of how to work with it, that must be why it as bad scores
The extension was installed and... no effect after restarting browser.
Doesn't work (FF 36). Site had expired cert so I installed this to get around it, and it had no effect.
great add-on for automation testing. it is better if supporting mobile on android
Addon does an excellent job. It would be great if the plugin could support certification addition to the AJAX calls or when CDNs are used. Example, Wordpress use the domain https://s.w.org for content delivery and we are in a position to added certificate exception for them manually.
Let me get rid of the certificate error when dealing with my companies firewall. Yay!
Works great for bypassing self signed certs however when accessing local resources via an IP address you have to enable the domain mismatch option that could be an issue out on the internet. Is it possible to add an exception for local subnets such as 192.168.x.x
A great solution if running selenium tests on a staging environment. Unfortunately, it does not seem to work with the latest version of Firefox - 26.0. The popup for managing the plugin cuts off what I assume should be the save button, and I can't tab to the save button.Unless I'm missing something, this plugin is completely unusable in FF 26.0.
This is possibly the worst idea ever, akin to putting a band-aid on a sucking chest wound. If you are getting TLS errors, it's because something is WRONG; and you should be made aware of it. There are dozens of proper solutions to the problems causing a browser's certificate warning, and none of them require you to run a browser that ignores certificate errors!