Turn off >EVERY< certificate check/verification in firefox
Is it possible to turn off EVERY signle certificate check/verification in firefox?
- "Error code: SEC_ERROR_BAD_SIGNATURE"
- "Error code: MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_SELF_SIGNED_CERT"
- "Bulleted list itemMOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_MITM_DETECTED"
- "etc etc... EVERY single certificate check!"
In the past it was really easy just start with "--ignore-certificate-errors". Now it's like moon landing, all options are hidden or have under a hundrred layer option list. Anything in the "about:config" ? browser.ssl_override_behavior 1 security.ssl.enable_ocsp_stapling false
(Please do NOT comment its unsafe and other things, that's not what I'm looking for)
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Possibly Settings > Privacy & Security > Certificates.
I'm sure you know why this isn't possible.
Some info, in case you do not know:
// Controls behavior of the "Add Exception" dialog launched from SSL error pages // 0 - don't pre-populate anything // 1 - pre-populate site URL, but don't fetch certificate // 2 - pre-populate site URL and pre-fetch certificate (default) browser.ssl_override_behavior = 2