I have the following issue in RPA Express (v2.0.1).
I want to automate an internal site that when it’s called in browser (Firefox) the first time throws a security exception for which I manually add a security exception and then I continue to the site and Firefox never bothers me again.
“Your connection is not secure
The owner of xxxxxxxxxxx has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website.”
This is not happening in RPAx. Instead the “Open Website” action reports an error even with “wait up to”=30000 msec. After some testing, I found out that I can bypass this by using an exception handling in order to keep Firefox open and continue to the site, by using extra steps to add the security exception.
The issue here is that Firefox is always asking for the security exception and I want to avoid those extra steps when not necessary.
My questions are:
- Why Firefox does not save my security exception, like it does when running by any other user?
- Is there a way to start Firefox (i.e. with custom a script code) and save my security exceptions?
- What else can I do to avoid message “Your connection is not secure” that is always displayed only when Firefox is opened by PRAx with action “Open Website”?
Thank you in advance.