Just accept the security alert. It's only because the SSL is a self signed SSL more than likely. It's a common thing to do since, buying a "real" SSL, is expensive as crap in terms of how it's limited to a single domain. Also, i only use the word "real" for lack of a better term, since a self signed SSL is 100% real. Of course this doesn't really fly if you're doing a ecommerce site or a client site that needs to process data securely, cause many of your general consumers will not think it's secure, so you need to get one of those "real" ones.
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