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For those of you who are concerned about publicly signed https certificates, we introduce self-signed certificates available at!

When you try to access it first time, you should see a warning similar to this:


What this warning means is the certificate is not signed by any public CA Authority. You can read more about self-signed certificates and benefits.

Just click “I understand the Risks” and add it to store forever. If you click “about certificate details,” it should look similar to this:

certificate overview

Also at ninja, we deploy so called certificate pinning which protects from MITM attack by enforcing your browser and denying access to the website if someone tries to fake our certificates.

In addition, you can test your browser for certificate pinning support.