How to Bypass Security Warning??
The "bypass the page" seems worse than vague. It says to click on some "bypass" option... of which there is none! Many times I get the "not secure" warning... but without any way to bypass it. Again... it says to click on "bypass", but there is no bypass... and by the way, keyboards don't any bypass, either, in case you, perhaps, thought they did. The "Not Secure" or whatever you call the "warning" message... is of no help, either.
How, just how, can one "bypass" the, supposedly, bypassable (actual word?... if not there should be such a word)??
Nat, frustrated for many years by being told to click on some elusive, hidden, black-magic bypass key, or screen thingy. :-(
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What kind of security errors do you get?
Can you attach a screenshot?
- use a compressed image type like PNG or JPG to save the screenshot
I also have the problem of not being able to bypass this warning. Firefox support page says to click on the advanced button and you can add an exception. However, as you can see on the attached pictures, there is no place to add an exception. Can anyone help?
Hi LadyTaz, let's continue in your new thread here: https://support.mozilla.org/questions/1214962