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Creating a Local WebSocket Server With TLS/SSL Is Easy as Pie

Make it easy peasy with an SSL certificate issued instantly online by a CA

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Back in the 2000s there was no such thing as a free SSL certificate issued instantly online by a trusted certificate authority (CA). If you wanted one you had to pay for it, and some of them used to be significantly more expensive than…

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