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How do I completely stop "This Connection is Untrusted" "Confirm Security Exception" error messages. I get them nonstop on all websites. I cant even surf the web with firefox because of these error messages. I even get it on mozilla.com.


How do I stop getting the "This Connection is untrusted" ? I even got it when i went to "support.mozilla.com". I get this error message on just about all webstites: google, bank of america, amazon, even mozilla. How to disable this feature? I am not a computer geek, so dont give me a super tech answer. Thanks.

Please remove this feature Firefox.

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This happened

Every time Firefox opened

This started when...

ad nauseum

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remove this security feature please, its annoying.

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