HTTPS certificate is untrusted when logging into Cisco router

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When I'm trying to log into my Cisco router, my web browser keeps showing me a warning: The HTTPS certificate is untrusted. I want this warning to go away (since it's my router). I believe it's a Cisco SA520 router. Can someone help?
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This is common on privately-owned and local systems. The vendors typically don’t ship their systems with a paid (validated/trusted) SSL/TLS certificate. The next time you get the message that says the certificate isn’t trusted, you should have an option to trust it permanently/add an exception. That’s the quickest and most common solution.

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