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Work around localhost unsecured HTTPS access for Development Sites in Edge



In recent versions of Edge (and Chromium browsers in general) it's getting harder and harder to run development Web sites on localhost, unless you run in https. Certificate setup continues to be a pain in the ass, and it doesn't help that Edge recently decided to no longer allow bypassing of certificate errors. In this post I describe some of the localhost issues and how you can still bypass certificate validation on localhost or go the legit route and install a certificate.
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