Google Chrome: Workaround “Blocked Frame With Origin Accessing Multi-Resource Frame” Error.
I came across an Outlook Web Access web page that gave me an error in Google Chrome that said ” The framework with the origin of the site name has blocked access to the multi-resource framework. ” In my case, it was a valid website that was not malicious. This is caused by Chrome detecting that items are being loaded from a different hostname. The site owner needs to fix this problem. However, if you want to work around or ignore the issue and the error doesn’t show up when you browse, here’s what to do.
Kill all instances of Google Chrome. On Windows this can be done by holding down the Windows key and pressing the “ R ” key to bring up the Run dialog and then running “ tskill chrome* ”
Start Chrome with the “ –disable-web-security ” switch. You can do this in one of two ways:
*. Windows Key and press “ R ” to bring up the Run dialog box, then type “ chrome –disable-web-security ” and select “ OK ”
*. Create a new shortcut for Chrome that runs ” chrome –ignore-certificate-errors ” You can do it like this:
*. Right-click on an empty area on your desktop, then select “Shortcut”.
*. As the location, enter “C:Program Files (x86)GoogleChromeApplicationchrome.exe” –ignore-certificate-errors . Be sure to include citations.
*. Select “Next”, name the shortcut and then select “Finish”. You can now use the new shortcut to launch Chrome and bypass certificate errors
Mac Operating System
Run Chrome on MacOS without Web Security using these steps:
*. Close Chrome.
*. In the Finder, select “Go” > “Utilities”.
*. Launch “Terminal”.
*. Type the following command and press “Enter”:
*. /Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google Chrome –disable-web-security
Make sure you really trust the site you’re using when site security is disabled. We recommend that you do not leave this setting enabled when using other websites. Use these steps as a temporary way to use the site without being interrupted by the error.