How do I bypass non secure sites in Safari?

Answered by Jarrod Smith

To bypass non-secure sites in Safari on your iPhone, you can follow these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone. It’s usually located on your home screen, represented by a gray gear icon.

2. Scroll down the list of options and tap on “Safari.” The Safari settings will now appear.

3. In the Safari settings, scroll down again until you see the “Advanced” option. Tap on it to access additional settings.

4. Now, you will see the “Website Data” option. Tap on it to view the data stored by websites you have visited.

5. To remove all website data, tap on “Remove All Website Data.” A confirmation message will appear, asking if you want to remove all website data. Confirm your choice by tapping “Remove Now.”

6. After removing the website data, go back to your home screen and open Safari.

7. In Safari, type in the URL or search for the non-secure website you want to visit. Safari will now allow you to access the website, even though it is not secure.

It’s important to note that bypassing the warning about non-secure websites means that your data may not be encrypted and could potentially be intercepted by malicious actors. It’s generally recommended to avoid visiting non-secure websites, especially when entering personal information or engaging in online transactions.

By following these steps, you can temporarily bypass the warning and access the non-secure website in Safari on your iPhone. However, it’s always a good practice to ensure you are visiting secure websites to protect your privacy and security online.