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How to accept a self-signed certificate
Accepting a self-signed certificate is required to use the REST API.
There are numerous ways to accept a self-signed certificate. Choose one:
Open a web browser and manually accept the certificate.
If you’re using Python, tryverify=false or verify=path-to-certificate.pem. See Python requests throwing up SSLError for more details.
If you’re using Postman, you can permanently accept the certificate.
If you’re using cURL, look at SSL Certificate Verification in their documentation.