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    Default "Deceptive Site" warning workarounds for Internet Explorer and Google Chrome

    I posted this in a thread a while back but I don't think many people saw it.

    In IE, you can circumvent the "deceptive site" warning by adding PD to your trusted sites.

    Go to the gear-looking icon and click Internet options. Go to the Security tab, click on Trusted sites, and add pacersdigest.com. Uncheck Require server verification for all sites in this zone.
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    Default Re: "Deceptive Site" warning workaround for Internet Explorer

    It isn't an ideal solution, but here's a workaround for Chrome:

    - Click on the three dots in the upper right corner
    - Click on Settings
    - Scroll to the bottom and click on show advanced settings
    - Under Privacy, uncheck the box next to Protect you and your device from dangerous sites
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