I've been reading a lot about SSL certificate as of late and trying to get my localhost services to have SSL certificates to avoid warnings and whatnot. These services are 100% local, their ports are NEVER exposed to the outside.
I understand that it's not possible for a CA to issue certificates for localhost domains and that one of my choices is a self-signed certificate. I've created one for "host.domain.home" and now I have a green lock on Firefox but with a small yellow warning symbol and I get a warning when I first try to access this server (because it was not issued by a certified CA). Understandable.
Is it possible to get the warning gone? I tried to install the certificate into the Trusted Root Certification Authorities on Windows and the same on Firefox certificates manager. But I still get the warning.
Is it possible to "workaround" this somehow?