By creating a Certificate Authority (a.k.a., a “CA”) and trusting it locally, any certificate that we create using this CA will also be trusted locally. This can simplify the development of HTTPS websites on your local machine. This content is a fork of, and is largely based on, “Generating Self-Signed SSL Certificates for Use with Bluemix Custom Domains”, by Tony Erwin, dated 2014-09-15. The examples in this tutorial are from macOS Sierra (10.12). Create a local Certificate Authority Start by opening Keychain Access.
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