Getting around the SSL browser warning.

Getting around the Shared SSL browser warning.


When using Hit Director's shared SSL, you will not see accurate results if you try to use your domain name instead of the secure server name in the URL.

If you are seeing a trust issue in your browser when using our shared SSL URL, you can override the warning using the instructions below. Note that using the correct secure server name usually eliminates the browser warning.

Here is how you can bypass the warning if you want to use the shared SSL and your browser does not trust it.

Firefox

  1. Go to the warning message and click the "I Understand the Risks" link at the bottom.
  2. Click the "Add Exception" button.
  3. Click the "Get Certificate" button.
  4. Click the "Confirm Security Exception" button.


Internet Explorer

  1. Go to the warning message and click "Continue to this website (not recommended)."

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