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The most secure way to do it is to make Lynx trust your SSL certificate rather then just turning off checking (that way a secure operation will not run if there is a man-in-the-middle giving you their certificate)
You can do that by getting the certificate you used to sign the cert, putting it in a certificate file, and then pointing Lynx to it by giving it the SSL_CERT_FILE option.