Firefox is far too extreme in blocking access to websites preventing me from browsing for "connection" and "security certificate" so-called "issues/errors". It almost re… (funda kabanzi)
Firefox is far too extreme in blocking access to websites preventing me from browsing for "connection" and "security certificate" so-called "issues/errors". It almost regularly attempts to block me from accessing websites such as, for example, CNN (!!) for security certificate issues, and in many cases absolutely will not allow me to browse to some websites. This gets to the point where I have to switch to a different browser to visit websites I have been using for >>decades<<. How can I **completely** shut off ALL Firefox security monitoring to allow ME to decide what I want to view?
Just FYI, I have NO PROBLEM with websites tracking my visits, I actually prefer that. As well, I have NEVER seen any problems with security certificates endangering me at any of the websites I view, whether the website's certificate is current or not. I am quite capable of judging for myself whether a website poses any danger to my PC, and I have an AV utility that does an excellent job of protecting my PC, I do NOT need any help from Firefox. I never visit websites that would even remotely present a danger to my system, I am not into games, dark web idiocy, or any other such dangerous sites and I know what to look for to decide the reliability of any site I visit. I have NEVER, in over 25 years, been hacked or endangered, so I need no help from Firefox.
Thanks for any help,