Add custom header to thesis

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If you want your certificates to match and be protected from man-in-the-middle attacks, you need two things. First, you'll need to buy an SSL (TLS) certificate for a domain name that you own and configure your local web server to use that certificate and its private key to terminate TLS connections. How to do this is specific to your web server and SSL certificate provider and beyond the scope of this documentation. For the sake of example, we'll assume that you were issued an SSL certificate for the domain .

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add custom header to thesis

Add custom header to thesis

If you want your certificates to match and be protected from man-in-the-middle attacks, you need two things. First, you'll need to buy an SSL (TLS) certificate for a domain name that you own and configure your local web server to use that certificate and its private key to terminate TLS connections. How to do this is specific to your web server and SSL certificate provider and beyond the scope of this documentation. For the sake of example, we'll assume that you were issued an SSL certificate for the domain .

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Add custom header to thesis

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Add custom header to thesis

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Add custom header to thesis

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add custom header to thesis

Add custom header to thesis

If you want your certificates to match and be protected from man-in-the-middle attacks, you need two things. First, you'll need to buy an SSL (TLS) certificate for a domain name that you own and configure your local web server to use that certificate and its private key to terminate TLS connections. How to do this is specific to your web server and SSL certificate provider and beyond the scope of this documentation. For the sake of example, we'll assume that you were issued an SSL certificate for the domain .

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