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How to change the security settings for a given website?

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I'm great fan of airplanes. There is one website: www.passur.com, which gives in near real time the traffic over some of the US Airports. For example the link: www4.passur.com/jfk gives all the in-bound and outbound traffic to/from JFK airport. This page requires Java. I installed it and everything was OK. But from some time - 2-3 months - every time I try to open and watch the traffic there is message saying "application blocked" and in the message box is written - on the first line "Name: A"; on the second line "location: www4.passur.com"; on the third (last) line is written "your security settings have blocked an untrusted application from running"; and on the right bottom corner there is a button "OK". The question is how to unblock this and to view the webpage. Thanks in advance.

I'm great fan of airplanes. There is one website: www.passur.com, which gives in near real time the traffic over some of the US Airports. For example the link: www4.passur.com/jfk gives all the in-bound and outbound traffic to/from JFK airport. This page requires Java. I installed it and everything was OK. But from some time - 2-3 months - every time I try to open and watch the traffic there is message saying "application blocked" and in the message box is written - on the first line "Name: A"; on the second line "location: www4.passur.com"; on the third (last) line is written "your security settings have blocked an untrusted application from running"; and on the right bottom corner there is a button "OK". The question is how to unblock this and to view the webpage. Thanks in advance.

Chosen solution

There has been a change in the Java security settings, see:

If you visit a website regularly then a possible workaround is to add the URL to the Java Exceptions Site List, see:

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There has been a change in the Java security settings, see:

If you visit a website regularly then a possible workaround is to add the URL to the Java Exceptions Site List, see:

There has been a change in the Java security settings, see: *http://kb.mozillazine.org/Java#Java_security_prompts *"What should I do when I see a security prompt from Java?":<br>http://www.java.com/en/download/help/appsecuritydialogs.xml If you visit a website regularly then a possible workaround is to add the URL to the Java Exceptions Site List, see: *"Why are Java applications blocked by your security settings?":<br>http://www.java.com/en/download/help/java_blocked.xml *"How can I configure the Exception Site List?":<br>http://www.java.com/en/download/faq/exception_sitelist.xml