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Easy SSL for your localhost server

Project description

SSLER

Easily test with SSL in your localhost.

Might be a bit slow for now

pip install ssler

Usage

  • Run your server as normal
  • Call ssler with your localhost server address
  • Now use the ssler address instead of your server address
ssler
Easily redirect your localhost server though an a server with self signed certificate

usage: ssler '<domain>' '<ssler_port(optional)>'
examples:
    - ssler 'localhost:8080'
    - ssler 'http://33.22.22.88'
    - ssler 'localhost:8080' 8888

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