I teach a class in a school that has a massive amount of computers, and, of course, some IT problems are bound to happen.
One day, I wanted to use a computer to show some demonstrations to students. Unfortunately, those demonstrations where on a https domain, and the system clock was not working properly. Because of the time mismatch, chrome refused to show me the page.
Also unfortunately, I did not have enough authorization to correct the clock on the computer.
I know what is going on, and want to ignore the problem as best as possible. That is: with chrome, or another browser, open a site such that the ssl is invalid due to date mismatch.
I understand the general inadvisability of this course of action, but want to take it anyway.
Is there any browser/browser extension/setting that will allow me to do that?
If not, is there a browser setting to use a time different from system time?
The first available idea, unfortunately, does not work on my situation (wrong system time). The 'badidea' cheat code does not work for this :(
More ideas most welcome