So you’ve visited an HTTPS link and received a security warning like the one pictured below.
Because you are an articulate and knowledgeable IT admin1, you know that it is safe to continue to this website. It could be an internal device that you haven’t gotten a free certificate
Either way, you need to bypass this screen as quickly and efficiently as possible – preferably without using a mouse. Simply type
Google changes this keyword from time to to time. The previous HTTPS bypass word was badidea; the one before that was danger. If it changes again, I will update this page.
how do you get to the this website is unsafe
I tried and I can’t get the the page were it says this is unsafe
This is unsafe
The site https://hc.ap.nic.in is of High Court of Andhra Pradesh.
I am geting “Your connection is not private”
What to do?
add SSL on your website
thisisunsafe still works
It appears that keyword has changed again in 2022. Any update on the new keyword?
It’s hard to be happy when third-party community is screwing me like the government does is that how they did Jesus because I’m different & homeless from Vela Anthony
I’m have this same issue. I’m sorry, but where do you type thisisunsafe?
You’ll need to click anywhere on the page (sometimes works by clicking the tab) and just type in blindly
It seems its not working anymore since last Chrome update, do you know if the keyword has changed ?
Now if only Google would allow us to store exceptions. I use several sites internally with self signed certs, one of the things I still like about Firefox is that I can add the exception and not have to see it again.
If only! 🙂