Almost any website you visit today is protected by HTTPS. If yours isn’t yet, it should be. Securing your server with HTTPS also means that you can’t send requests to this server from one that isn’t protected by HTTPS. This poses a problem for developers who use a local development environment because all of them run on
At the startup I’m a part of, we decided to secure our AWS Elastic Load Balancer endpoints with HTTPS as part of a move to enhance security. I ran into a situation where my local development environment’s requests to the server started getting rejected.
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