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"The server's security certificate has been revoked" (and it's not date trouble)

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"The server's security certificate has been revoked" (and it's not date trouble) Enchant. 3/14/12 1:38 PM
We have several internal sites on my job and some of them have unsigned/out-of-date certificates -- it's quite normal and nobody cares about renewing them.

Yes, I've been getting some warnings in Google Chrome and pressed "Proceed anyway" every time, but after installing a fresh Chrome update there is only a title:

"The server's security certificate has been revoked"

and there is NO WAY to enter our site. How a developer could be so smart to prohibit users from visiting some resources at all?! I'm forced to use Firefox instead right now.

google-chrome 17.0.963.79 (sid Debian package)
'Check, not for server certificate revocation' button is _unchecked_
'Phishing & malware protection' button is _unchecked_

Re: "The server's security certificate has been revoked" (and it's not date trouble) Enchant. 3/14/12 2:22 PM
All right. I've manually deleted certificates from a Settings menu. It helped -- after that appeared a button 'Proceed anyway'.

Anyway, is it possible to add a 'Add an exception' option in a further builds?