Modern browsers are excellent and full of features. Of their many features, they have established protection that prevents users from accessing a dangerous or dangerous website. The analytics are based on the location of the server on which a website is hosted, among other things.
Trusted websites in browsers
Browsers usually do not get things wrong when they identify a website as dangerous or as a potential security risk. Usually, something is wrong eg, a past security certificate that raises a red flag. That said, if you trust a website and want to access it without being blocked by a browser, you can add the website as a trusted website.
Put trusted websites in Chrome
To add a trusted website in Chrome, you need to add it in Chrome, and as an extra step, whitelist Windows 10. To add a trusted website in Chrome, follow these steps.
- Open Chrome.
- Visit website that Chrome is blocking.
- Copy the URL of the website.
- Click on the more options button at the top right and select Settings.
- Choose Privacy and security from the left-hand column.
- Choose Set sites.
- Scroll to the bottom of the page and select Indeterminate content.
- Click on the Add a button under Allowed to display indecent content.
- Enter the domain for the website.
- Click Add.
Place a trusted site in Edge and Internet Explorer
To add a trusted site in Edge, Internet Explorer, and to whitelist the website on Windows 10, follow these steps.
- Open Control Panel.
- go to Network and internet.
- Click Internet Options.
- Go to Security tab.
- Click Reliable sites.
- Click on the Site button.
- Enter the URL for the website.
- Click Add.
Put a trusted website in Firefox
To add a trusted website in Firefox, follow these steps.
- Open Firefox.
- Visit the website you want to add as a trusted website.
- Click on the shield icon in the URL bar.
- Turn the Disable ‘Enhanced Tracking Protection’.
A word of warning
While it is possible to access a website that is blocked by Chrome, you should be careful. Changing the content of the website may make it unsafe. Be absolutely sure that the website is safe before you choose to bypass Chrome security. Get to the website in a sandbox environment eg virtual machine if you can determine if it is safe.
Insecure websites can compromise your system. If they are not malicious themselves, they can be removed if their security is not up to date. An insecure website can release data e.g., login information. Be careful when choosing to allow your browser to load an untrusted website.
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