Last updated: July 21, 2017

This site uses a security certificate signed by Wolff Web Applications. This certificate authority is not trusted by your browser as seen by the red https with a line through it beside the address bar. To tell Chrome to accept this certificate:

  • click on Advanced in the warning and proceed to the web site.
  • Right click anywhere in the page and select Inspect.
  • Click on the Security tab.
  • Click on the View Certificate Button.
  • Select the root certificate in the chain of certificates that pops up.
  • The root name is Wolff Web Apps Root CA. Ensure the key ID is 35 71 CD EC B8 E2 66 22 49 D2 BF BE D9 1D 8B 24 A9 DB EF E0 (this is both the subject and authority key ID since a root certificate is self signed).
  • Save the certificate to your desktop by dragging the certificate image beside the name of the certificate to your desktop.
  • Then import it into your keychain by double clicking on it and allowing your keychain to be modified.
  • When Keychain Access tool opens, select the System keychain, and Certificates category.
  • Double click the Wolff Web Apps Root CA certificate to open its details.
  • Expand the Trust twistie and beside “When using this certificate”, select Always Trust.
  • You may need to enter your password to save the modified keychain when closing the window.