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Once you get to the page that says 'Your connection is not private' click somewhere on the page and then blindly type the following thisisunsafe This will instantly bypass the warning.

  1. Oct 20, 2020 If Chrome says the security certificate is from the same domain you are attempting to login to, it is likely there is nothing to worry about when this warning appears. To proceed, simply choose the “ Advanced ” link, then choose “ Proceed to (unsafe) “. Option 2 – Prevent Warning Click a blank section of the denial page.
  2. If the site still says “your connection is not private,” then you should try clearing your cache. To open your Chrome browser in an incognito tab, go to the three vertical dots on the top right of your screen.
Apr 28, 2010
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I did a google search for links for NY State to acquire a sales tax permit so basically a state government website. When clicking on the link I got this notification...
Your connection is not private
Attackers might be trying to steal your information from (for example, passwords, messages, or credit cards). NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID
Then a check box to 'Automatically report details of possible security incidents to Google. Privacy policy'
Then a blue box that reads 'BACK TO SAFTY'
Another clickable box that reads 'ADVANCED' so I click this box and it reads...
This server could not prove that it is its security certificate is not trusted by your computer's operating system. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection.
And finally a link that reads...
Proceed to (unsafe)
I tried the same thing today but to get sales tax rates for counties in NY and got the same notices. Seems I'm blocked from all government websites for a security failure on my part?
Anybody have a clue what's going on here or is 'my' computer illiteracy at fault?