Starting in Version: 2.2.0, vvv release ssl support that you can use for your local environment and I thought that It was nice and easy to know there is some kind of support for it. So here’s a brief on how its setup in Windows and Mac.
After you have successfully setup a local site, head over the the folder certificates, inside, you will see a folder for ca as a root certificate, I found now that you cannot install it as a local machine but rather than install as a current user. Once it is installed, Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome and Opera should work with https://.
As for Mozilla, it won’t work because I think Mozilla has a different setup, so the only way you can make the certificate work is to go to the options and security/settings and click on view certificate and import the ca certificate and restart the Mozilla, then you can now use https for your local environment on your computer.
Please note that you won’t able to use the ca on other computer because it’s tied to your current computer. Now that you have it working now, when you create a new site, it will automatically create a new certificate for the local site but it will use the root certificate to create the certificate for your new site.
MacOS Sierra High
Same thing, once you have successfully setup vagrant, you will need to import the ca certifcate using the Keychain Access that’s built into Mac and just import the certificate and your done.