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Dan Sherwood

Add Laravel Valet certificate to Postman

When working with Postman on a local API served via Valet, you may run into the issue shown above, SSL Error: Unable to verify the first certificate, well worry not, as the solution is simple.

Step-by-step guide

  1. Open preferences inside postman

  2. Navigate to the ‘Certificates’ tab and turn 'CA Certificates' to 'On'

  3. Click 'Select File' next to where it says 'PEM File'

  4. Navigate to valets .pem certificate file

  5. et voilà!

This is how it should look after completing the steps above.

The .pem path is:

/Users/<YOUR-USERNAME>/.config/valet/CA/LaravelValetCASelfSigned.pem

 

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