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I gave an security exception to a website, now I want to remove them. How?
The website is www.budgetsaversonline.com
I allowed the risk of their unknown security certificate. Now I want to block them.
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See if you can find that certificate exception here:
- Firefox > Preferences > Advanced > Encryption: Certificates > View Certificates : Servers
I have often visited the site of my former college. It's a small college that doesn't specialise in IT so it didn't surprise me too much that their security certificate wasn't up to date and I had typed the address accurately. I accepted the risk and was taken to a site unrelated to my college - scarey! I then entered my college's site successfully by using a link in a search engine, Everyclick. I'll probably want to visit the authentic college site in the future.
I looked through the list of certificates described by Cor-el but it wasn't there. Is there anything I can do to protect myself from the incorrect site?
When I was looking for the certificate to delete, I was looking for a certificate with a name similar to the name of my college.
I run Firefox 7.0.1 in Ubuntu 10.04.
Then check under each category and if you find yours, choose it and delete.
You can connect to the site that uses the certificate and open it in a tab to see which certificates as shown in the certificate chain.
You can click the Site Identity Button and click More > Information > View Certificate