My workplace is full of internal web sites that doesn't have valid SSL certificates. Almost with every update of Chrome or Firefox, these browsers make increasingly difficult to ignore these errors (no more "Add security exception" buttons). As a result, there are a lot of sites that I cannot use.
I have already searched the web for ways to disable certificate checks in either browser, but there are so many obsolete answers that I cannot find an up to date one.
I'm using Firefox 45.4.0 and Chrome 54.0, and one of the errors that I cannot bypass is this from Firefox:
An error occurred during a connection to [site]. Peer's Certificate has been revoked. Error code: SEC_ERROR_REVOKED_CERTIFICATE
Talking with IT to fix all certificates of all the services is not really an option, and I understand the risks of bypassing security. Is there a way to ignore all kinds of certificate problems?
I'm really considering installing old versions of the browsers, if possible.