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How do I remove exception from web site?

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firefox warned I could be visiting an unsafe site. I believed a site to be safe, so completed the exception for that site, I now realise I made a mistake; how do I remove exception for that site?

firefox warned I could be visiting an unsafe site. I believed a site to be safe, so completed the exception for that site, I now realise I made a mistake; how do I remove exception for that site?

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hi tonyatwt, you can undo that when you go into the menu > options > advanced > certificates > view certificates > servers tab and delete the cert of the site in question.

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hi tonyatwt, you can undo that when you go into the menu > options > advanced > certificates > view certificates > servers tab and delete the cert of the site in question.

hi tonyatwt, you can undo that when you go into the ''menu > options > advanced > certificates > view certificates > servers'' tab and delete the cert of the site in question.

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Thanks for your help.

Thanks for your help.