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I also prefer Firefox's handling of SSL issues. Allowing permanent whitelisting of sites reduces the number of times a user will see the warning, reducing the muscle memory around clicking proceed anyway.

That's a great point. I didn't even think of the muscle memory issue, but by having the exception be permanent by default, they got that right too.

The point about "muscle memory" is great and definitely not discussed enough.

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