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Making moves
Status: New idea

Many residential modem-routers allow you to establish a secure connection with HTTPS protocol to log into their configuration page. However, every time with Firefox Mobile you have to click on "Accept certificate ...". I believe that being able to add an exception to these certificates would be convenient for many who find themselves in this situation

Status changed to: New idea
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I have the exactly same problem. This works in the desktop browser since I can remember. But in the mobile version this is not working any more.

Please enable "adding an exception" again.

Thanks in advance🙏

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I have the same problem. I cannot get into my own private web site from outside, which is self signed of course to save money.

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Same here. IMHO the current strategy of requesting an ACK every time actually *decreases* security, because it allows a man-in-the-middle attack every time the certificate verification is overridden instead of only once when the cert is accepted (and pinned) for the first time.

Making moves

Why can I do this on desktop, but not mobile?