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Apparently desktop Chrome has a flag called --ignore-certificate-errors that allows you to bypass all certificate warnings. Is there an equivalent for Android Chrome? I checked in chrome://flags but nothing there.

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It's not a permanent bypass, but the flag

chrome://flags/#remember-cert-error-decisions

should make it less painful.

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    This flag is no longer available. I'm not able to find out when it was removed, but I've used it for a while and just realized that it is no longer there. – edhedges Oct 12 '15 at 20:47
  • Yep it's gone. What a bummer! – gravitation Mar 25 '16 at 14:57
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On modern Chrome versions you need to disable follow flag:

chrome://flags/#enable-recurrent-interstitial
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  • Like the accepted solution, this too seems to have been removed. – tresf Mar 25 at 15:03
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If you have chrome connected to a remote chrome debugging session (see here: https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools/remote-debugging), you can inspect the tab on the remote side, click on the miniature displayed screen on the remote side and type "thisisunsafe" just like in normal chrome.

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