@voxmagna1 The other option is to tell Firefox to accept/ignore the certificate error by clicking Advanced on that error/warning page, or adding an exception manually in Settings/Privacy and Security/Certificates.
Or add the self signed cert to your browser:
That may get around your a/v warning.
HTTPS with a self signed cert is more secure than HTTP.
I've actually had it the other way where a/v blocks logins on HTTP sites.