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comment Encrypting local HTTP traffic using a self-signed certificate
I was under the impression that URL matching was also supposed to work with IP addresses, because you can actually add IP address entries to the Subject Alternative Name extension. Everything does seem to work as expected when I use the DNS name or hostname to reach the web server.
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comment Encrypting local HTTP traffic using a self-signed certificate
Good point but I'll have to flag it for moderator assistance since I don't have enough rep.
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comment Encrypting local HTTP traffic using a self-signed certificate
But what should I use as the Common Name? I tried using the DNS name, but that somehow resulted in Chrome completely ignoring the values in the Subject Alternative Name field. Setting a CN seems to do more harm than good...
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