Description of the issue:
I’m trying to get rid of the " Your connection is not private" warning for a specific host other than localhost when accessing a website using a self-signed ssl certificate.
How can this issue be reproduced?
- Access any website that uses a self-signed certificate.
Not see the " Your connection is not private" warning for that specific website(and port number combination ideally but less important).
Brave Version( check
Version 1.56.14 Chromium: 115.0.5790.114 (Official Build) (64-bit) *Maybe make that easier to copy
I use a lot of apps that are located on my local network server that have web UIs and some of them force me to use https and every time I have to login, I get the annoying warning " Your connection is not private
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I know it’s safe since I’m the one hosting it and it’s just wasting my time constantly having to click away that warning so I’d very much like to get rid of it.
I tried :
- Set “Insecure content” to allow in site settings but that did not get rid of it.
- Enable the flag “Allow invalid certificates for resources loaded from localhost.” but I assume that only works for localhost and my stuff is on a different local network pc.
- Enable the flag “Insecure origins treated as secure” and add “https://my.local.server.ip” as the value(where “my.local.server.ip” is my actual local server ip, not that text to be clear) but that also did not help.
Those are all the potential solutions I found with my head and from searching the forum but there are so many threads of people asking for this and just being closed with no reply that it’s not very encouraging and seems kinda crazy it’s not an obvious toggle somewhere since it’s kind of a very common issue for anyone running a home lab or being a web dev.