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Exception Site List

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Overview

The Exception Site List feature provides a way for users to run Rich Internet Applications (RIAs) that otherwise would be blocked by security checks. The criteria used to determine if RIAs are allowed to run are becoming stricter. In some cases it might be difficult to update legacy RIAs to meet the security requirements and prevent them from being blocked. This feature enables users to continue to run these RIAs.

The exception site list contains URLs for sites that host RIAs that users want to run. RIAs that are launched from sites in the exception site list are allowed to run with the appropriate security prompts, even in the following circumstances, which would normally cause the RIA to be blocked:

  • RIA is not signed with a certificate from a trusted certificate authority
  • RIA is hosted locally
  • JAR file does not have the Permission manifest attribute
  • RIA is signed with an expired certificate
  • Certificate used to sign the RIA cannot be checked for revocation

The exception site list also allows JavaScript code to call Java code (LiveConnect) without prompting the user for permission when the JavaScript code and the Java code are located on a site in the list.

Note: If an active deployment rule set is installed on the system, the deployment rules take precedence over the exception site list. The exception site list is considered only when the default rule applies. See Deployment Rule Set for information about deployment rules.

Manage the Exception Site List

The exceptions granted by the Exception Site List feature apply to RIAs whose entry point is included in the list:

  • For applets, the URL for the document base of the applet must be in the list.
  • For Java Web Start applications, the URL for the main JNLP file must be in the list. If the URL for the main JNLP file cannot be determined, then the exceptions do not apply to the RIA.

If the RIA requires resources from another domain, that domain must also be included in the exception site list. Otherwise, the RIA is blocked when the additional resource is accessed.

The exception site list is managed in the Security tab of the Java Control Panel. The list is shown in the tab. To add, edit, or remove items from the list, click Edit Site List and follow the directions in Add a URL, Edit a URL, and Remove a URL.

Add a URL

To add a URL to the exception site list, follow these steps:

  1. Click Add in the Exception Site List window.
  2. Type the URL into the empty field that is provided under Location.
  3. Continue to click Add and enter URLs until your list is complete.
  4. Click OK to save the URLs that you entered. If you click Cancel, the URLs are not saved.

The following rules apply to the format of the URL:

A protocol is required.

Supported protocols are FILE , HTTP , and HTTPS . HTTPS is recommended. If the protocol is not HTTPS , a warning is shown. Click Continue to add the URL, or click Cancel to discard the URL.

A domain is required.

Wildcards are not supported. If only a domain is provided, any RIA from that domain is allowed to run. A domain can have multiple entries, for example, https://www.example.com and http://www.example.com .

A port number is required only if the default port is not used.

A path is optional.

Wildcards are not supported. If the path ends with a slash (/), for example, https://www.example.com/apps/ , RIAs in that directory and any subdirectory are allowed to run. If the path does not end with a slash, for example, http://www.example.com/test/applet.html , only that specific RIA is allowed to run.

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Only add a site to the exception site list if you trust the entire site. Even if a path is specified, adding a site that might contain other untrusted paths could present a security risk and is not recommended.

If an invalid URL is entered, an error icon is shown next to the item. If the URL is not corrected before OK is clicked, the invalid URL is not saved.

Edit a URL

To edit a URL in the exception site list, follow these steps:

  1. Double-click the URL that you want to edit in the Exception Site List window.
  2. Make changes to the URL. See Add a URL for information on the format of the URL.
  3. Click OK to save the changes. If you click Cancel, the changes are not saved.

Remove a URL

To remove a URL from the exception site list, follow these steps:

  1. Click the URL that you want to remove in the Exception Site List window.
  2. To remove more than one URL, Ctrl-click the additional URLs.
  3. Click Remove.
  4. Click OK to save your change. If you click Cancel, the URLs are not removed from the list.

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Please add this site to exception

Firefox tells me that a site has an invalid security certificate, which I know. It asks if I want to Add an Exception and I click to add one. It pops up the Add Security Exception window and that window tells me that this site has a valid certificate and there is no need to add an exception; but I DO need to add an exception and it won’t do it for me. Why? I am working in a secure test lab and use Firefox to login to our systems under test. Each time we change or add hardware we must add exceptions to login to a system. I have done this for years with Firefox but now Firefox 4 seems confused. We now need to use EI, which I would rather not.

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I was able to fix this on one machine by clearing my recent history through the Options dialog. On a second occasion, I was able to rule out «Browsing & Download History» and «Form & Search History», so I can say at this point that the problem can be fixed by clearing one or more of Cookies, Cache, «Active Logons», or «Site Preferences».

Oh, in all cases, I selected «Everything» for the time period to clear.

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Actually, your question is a bit different. It seems to be a contradiction to display the SSL error page but then say that no exception needs to be added. Can you copy and paste the error here?

Could you remove the previously approved certificate here and try adding it again?

Tools > Options > Advanced > Encryption sub-tab > View Certificates button > Servers tab

— Earlier Comment Deleted —

Modified May 20, 2011 at 3:00:18 PM PDT by jscher2000 — Support Volunteer

One message says «This Connection is Untrusted» and the next one says «Valid Certificate This site provides valid, verified identification. There is no need to add an exception.»? The last one is the error. I know the site doesn’t have a valid certificate.

You might want to make a backup before proceeding. See Backing up your information for suggestions.

The certificate store in your Firefox profile might have become corrupted. You could try renaming the cert8.db file in your existing profile folder to hide previously stored certificates, then start Firefox and try again. To location your profile folder, see Profiles | How to | Firefox Help.

If the problem recurs, perhaps it is some add-on or setting? You could test by accessing the test site with a new (blank) profile. This article describes starting up to the profile manager where you can create a new blank profile: Managing profiles. To switch the default back to your existing profile, restart to the profile manager.

It looks to me like firefox 4 has a bug in its certificate retrieval system when accessing servers using SNI (I am using SNI on my server to run multiple virtual hosts with SSL using apache). The reason I say this is because I am observing the following behavior:

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https://www.giz-works.com — Untrusted Connection Under ‘Technical Details’ I have the following information: www.giz-works.com uses an invalid security certificate.

The certificate is only valid for the following names:

The certificate expired on 10/01/2010 05:32 PM. The current time is 06/08/2011 01:32 PM.

(Error code: ssl_error_bad_cert_domain)

This info is correct; the cert has expired. Because I’m too lazy to renew it just now, I click on ‘Add Exception’, which pops up the dialog that lets me add an exception. That dialog has the ‘Confirm Security Exception’ button grayed out, because it says the certificate is valid. Only problem is, the certificate it’s saying is valid is NOT the certificate that it previously complained about. The certificate that shows when I click ‘View. ‘ under ‘Certificate Status’ heading in the dialog, is the default certificate for that web server, ‘www.aoaforums.com’ and THAT certificate IS valid.

In other words, it looks like FF4 is correctly doing the SNI negotiation to display the initial error, but then is NOT doing the SNI negotiation when retrieving the cert info to make the exception for. Why it needs to make a separate request when it should already have the required info, I really don’t understand, but that’s certainly what it LOOKS like.

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Please add this site to exception

There seems to be no way to set exceptions to privacy and security settings! There is a «Search Website» box but no option to «Add». There are options to «Remove» which are greyed out. I do I add an exception to Autoplay «Block Audio and Video»?

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You aren’t able to add exceptions using the Firefox preferences page. You can only remove or modify the autoplay level from there.

To add a website to the exception list, you need to do that from the Site Information drop-down panel. See the Site settings section of Allow or block media autoplay in Firefox.

If you don’t see that permission listed in that panel when you are on the website you are trying to add to the exception list, it’s probably because the website hasn’t tried to play any content yet. That permission will only appear when the website tries to play content.

In that case, you can still modify the permission for that website using the Permissions tab from the Firefox Page Info window.

Hope this helps.

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You aren’t able to add exceptions using the Firefox preferences page. You can only remove or modify the autoplay level from there.

To add a website to the exception list, you need to do that from the Site Information drop-down panel. See the Site settings section of Allow or block media autoplay in Firefox.

If you don’t see that permission listed in that panel when you are on the website you are trying to add to the exception list, it’s probably because the website hasn’t tried to play any content yet. That permission will only appear when the website tries to play content.

In that case, you can still modify the permission for that website using the Permissions tab from the Firefox Page Info window.

Hope this helps.

Thank you very much Wesley Why on earth did Firefox remove the ability to directly set exceptions?? (Rhetorical) — ASOLUTELY CRAZY.

You aren’t able to add exceptions using the Firefox preferences page. You can only remove or modify the autoplay level from there. To add a website to the exception list, you need to do that from the Site Information drop-down panel. See the Site settings section of Allow or block media autoplay in Firefox. If you don’t see that permission listed in that panel when you are on the website you are trying to add to the exception list, it’s probably because the website hasn’t tried to play any content yet. That permission will only appear when the website tries to play content. In that case, you can still modify the permission for that website using the Permissions tab from the Firefox Page Info window. Hope this helps.

You aren’t able to add exceptions using the Firefox preferences page. You can only remove or modify the autoplay level from there. To add a website to the exception list, you need to do that from the Site Information drop-down panel. See the »Site settings» section of [[Allow or block media autoplay in Firefox]]. If you don’t see that permission listed in that panel when you are on the website you are trying to add to the exception list, it’s probably because the website hasn’t tried to play any content yet. That permission will only appear when the website tries to play content. In that case, you can still modify the permission for that website using the »’Permissions»’ tab from the [[Firefox Page Info window]]. Hope this helps.

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WTG is an online game. I can sign onto the website but when I start a game I have a black screen. The detail is «The connection is not secure». I need to add this specific location as an exception but I cannot find where that «add Exception» option is located.

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Hmm, now that I look at it, there is an i-in-a-circle so maybe the icon would show there?

Do you have Flash enabled? You could try Adobe’s test page here:

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In the Address Bar beside the Padlock, click, make rules.

If you see for Flash a blackish Lego block looking thing that is for giving Flash permissions.

Note : does not all ways work out as planned.

Please let us know if this solved your issue or if need further assistance.

Hi — thanks for your prompt reply.

I am not seeing a lock at all. I have attached a screen print that may explain the problem more clearly than words alone.

Best regards, Ken Gorman

Hi — thanks for your prompt reply. I am not seeing a lock at all. I have attached a screen print that may explain the problem more clearly than words alone. Best regards, Ken Gorman

That is a Windows Explorer window and is not Firefox.

Hi — thanks for your prompt reply. I am not seeing a lock at all. I have attached a screen print that may explain the problem more clearly than words alone. Best regards, Ken Gorman

I don’t understand how it can be. I am signing on using Firefox and the Mozilla icon and verbiage is listed at the top of the black window image. Please look at the image below — I trimmed off the Windows Outlook email background from the screenshot.

Thanks, Ken Gorman

The site has removed most of the main toolbar from the pop-up window. This makes it impossible to use the items that sometimes appear toward the left end of the address bar such as the plugin notification icon you use to give a site permission to run Flash. To show the full toolbar, first change this setting:

(1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter/Return. Click the button promising to be careful or accepting the risk.

(2) In the search box above the list, type or paste feat and pause while the list is filtered

(3) Double-click the dom.disable_window_open_feature.toolbar preference to switch the value from false to true

The names are confusing. True means that sites are disabled from hiding the toolbar.

Then re-launch the pop-up and you should be able to use the controls at the left end of the toolbar. Note that you might also need to resize the window a bit taller because the top section will take up more space.

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