Turn Off SSL Certificates on Google Chrome

Sites where privacy is a concern use Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) for security. SSL helps prevent a website from leaking sensitive personal or business data, such as a social security number or bank account information, to unapproved third parties. Firefox recommends that you do not turn off SSL certificates, but you may need to disable them temporarily to troubleshoot problems with the browser. You can also delete specific SSL certificates if you no longer need them or you think they're causing an error.

Google Chrome has security measures in place to help protect you as you browse the web.
Follow these steps to adjust these settings:
  1. Click the Chrome menu Chrome menu on the browser toolbar. 
  2. Select Settings.
  3. Click Show advanced settings.
  4. Here are the various settings you can adjust:

    Don't change these settings unless you're sure of what you're doing.

    • Phishing and malware protection
      This option is enabled by default in the "Privacy" section. When enabled, Google Chrome warns you if it detects that the site you're trying to visit is suspected of phishing or containing malware. Learn more about phishing and malware detection
    • SSL certificates and settings
      Go to the "HTTPS/SSL" section to manage your SSL certificates and settings.
    • Web content settings
      Click Content settings in the "Privacy" section to adjust your permissions for cookies, images, JavaScript, plug-ins, pop-ups, and location sharing.

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