SecurityContext constructor

SecurityContext({bool withTrustedRoots: false })

Creates a new SecurityContext.

By default, the created SecurityContext contains no keys or certificates. These can be added by calling the methods of this class.

If withTrustedRoots is passed as true, the SecurityContext will be seeded by the trusted root certificates provided as explained below. To obtain a SecurityContext containing trusted root certificates, SecurityContext.defaultContext is usually sufficient, and should be used instead. However, if the SecurityContext containing the trusted root certificates must be modified per-connection, then withTrustedRoots should be used.


external factory SecurityContext({bool withTrustedRoots: false});