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    disable "This Connection is Untrusted" messages

    Firefox 3.6 is a bit dull through the "This link is Untrusted" messages on a number of sites, cause through the information the sites almost certainly did not disburse their fees to the "certification" companies, or do not have some regarding this actually I do not care at all as long it is not banking the site. Please tell me how to disable these messages? Which is about:config option?
    The official certificate is not trusted for the reason that the issuer certificate is unidentified. The credential is only valid for sina
    (Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)

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    Re: disable "This Connection is Untrusted" messages

    Like you I have also faced this issue but around one month before. Then like you I have also searched a lot regarding this issue and from Google I went to one of the forum site and there I have make the thread regarding this. And within a week I got the solution of this. And I have applied that and my problem get solved I think it work in your case. You just add an exception. And see what happen?

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    Re: disable "This Connection is Untrusted" messages

    It is not simply business subject by means of guarantee companies, it is simply that no ensure (the check being possession of the area for usual credential, business survival and domain ownership for EV certificate) have been demeanor through a trustee (i.e. one productively reviewed and review consequence sent to Mozilla) on top of the certificate, so the browser request you to do the check by hand. To answer just simply of your question, that you are not able to do that. And I think that is good.

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    Re: disable "This Connection is Untrusted" messages

    I am also facing the same issue. And I have seen here but I just want to say here that it is really good for you but it is not that much good for me. Actually it is not good for me because not involved to obstruct through guarantee company businesses, particularly when appointment a forum with no some security concern. So if anybody have better idea then reply.

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    Re: disable "This Connection is Untrusted" messages

    Whatever you are telling it is ok I will not argue on this. Actually from this I came to know that you are telling all these it is because of the lack of information. Just update yourself because of if there will not any security concern, why do they use https? Plain http is quicker. So I think now you will able to get my point. And get these things in the better way.

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    Re: disable "This Connection is Untrusted" messages

    They do only come into view through https. Simply https do make use of certificate. If you get them by means of http code of behavior, it means that amazing (an extension, a plug-in) unite to an Untrusted https site in the background. So I think now you get this that what I mean to say. Because there is lots of problem related to this. And many of them get solved through this. So try this.

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    Re: disable "This Connection is Untrusted" messages

    Actually it is not in my list and it is unluckily but actually it is not for his first time. I have seen this message through completely no safety difficulty, other than immediately guarantee dates and business connected subject to put the demands on sites to pay their fees. And really I do not want to take part of this game. So just take it easy.

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