Is there a way to turn off the SSL Warning page that comes up and says…
[i][size=10pt]It may not be safe to exchange information with this site[/size]
The security (or SSL) certificate for this website indicates that the organization operating it may not have undergone trusted third-party validation that it is a legitimate business… etc etc[/i]
I am glad to have this warning when surfing the web and visiting new sites BUT i keep getting it for my 2 most frequently visited websites …FaceBook and Second Life. Once i get the initial Warning …I should have the option to turn off that Warning of those sites
I do NOT have this checked in Options (under the hood).
There is no way present to turn off the warning.
Thanks for quick reply
I hope the enable/disable option will be in the next release …its really annoying
…I really like Comodo Dragon. Though its built from Chromium …I think it works much better than Google. With that said, I believe I am like you …I have 4 Sweet Cars (browsers FF, Dragon, Google and Opera). IE has been Impounded …lol…
It means that I agree with what you said.
There should be an option to enable or disable this in the next release. What would probably be the best option would be for there to be an option to add the site to an exclusion list.
Essentially, this wish.