I recently auto-updated my laptop (Macbook Pro with 10.6, it it matters) to Chrome 6. My current employer has an annoying firewall that intercepts all incoming traffic, mainly to filter non-work related sites (eyeroll). The problem is that they do this poorly for https sites.
Now, when I try to load up gmail, I get the following error:
SSL connection error. Error 128 (net::ERR_SSL_UNSAFE_NEGOTIATION): The SSL renegotiation extension was missing from the secure handshake.
What I suspect is happening is that the browser is trying to go to https://somesite, but hits the internal filter which doesn't handle the 'renegotiation' well, and causes this error. In Chrome 5, it would just give me a warning that something was insecure, but still display the page.
I won't be able to convince any admin to dial it down a notch or fix anything, so how can I turn off or temporarily disable that feature? I know and understand that a nefarious admin could monitor my session, but in this case I'm willing to accept the risk.