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When enabling HTTPS within Nim, the connection is established to the hostname specified by the URL, and various HTTP requests like GET, POST, DELETE, etc., can be performed. However, it doesn't explicitly mention the validation of DNS hostnames or IP addresses in this context, which might imply that Nim's HTTP client does not inherently validate DNS hostnames and could potentially respond to any hostname or IP address specified in the request URL

NIM's back-end service can be configured to run on HTTPS. It is recommended to use HTTPS rather than HTTP when possible.

To get started, Configure HTTPS.