I am new to Linux and learning Linux on Ubuntu 18.0401 LTS installed on oracle virtualbox on company system. Company has private proxy network. So all the websites I browse on ubuntu pass through proxy and get ssl certificate issued by the company. When I browse from chrome/firefox it gives error like not a trusted source. When I go to > advance > add exception I can browse that particular website for some time and then again after some time same error (probably certificate details changes) In browser atleast I can browse after such effort but the Ubuntu software does not even give such option and I am simply not able to download any software. Also CLI apt-get dont work. Can someone tell a way to configure such a way that we completely bypass ssl validation system wide? something like --disable ssl certificate validation.. So that I am able to seamlessly connect to internet ? (of course websites blocked by proxy will still be blocked)
Thanks a ton in advance!!
NK, Linux enthusiast
PS: Below is the error on firefox;
"Your connection is not secure The owner of support.mozilla.org has configured their website improperly. To protect your information from being stolen, Firefox has not connected to this website."