Settings > Hosts > SSL
To encrypt traffic from Apache to a web browser you can use SSL. If you would like to secure a productive server you should get the Certificate file and the Certificate key file from a Certified Authority (CA). You can use a “dummy” certificate for testing SSL functionality.
Check to enable SSL. After creating or enabling your SSL certificates your sites will now use https.
Point to your certificate file. The directory dialogue will only recognize .crt files.
Certificate Key File
Point to your certificate key file. The directory dialogue will only recognize .key files.
Create Certificate Self Signed Certificate …
Use “Create self-signed certificate…” if you want to test SSL functionality. Your browser will not recognize this certificate, and you will have to click through warnings when viewing your site in a browser.
- Certificate Chain File (Apache Only)
Point to your chain file. The directory dialogue will only recognize .key files, if your file has a different extension you will have to rename the extension to .key.
Only allow connection using TLS protocols
Activating this option prevents web browsers from using old and insecure SSL protocols to connect to this host. Only connections using TLS 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2 are accepted, SSLv2 and SSLv3 are not.
- Information on how to make a host both ssl and non-ssl can be found in the How-To section.
- Information on how to redirect a http host to https using the MAMP PRO interface can be found in the How-To section.
- Information on how to redirect a http host to https using a .htaccess file can be found in the How-To section.