https@ [ -version ] host [ page port args ]
https@ connects via IP protocol -version ('-4', '-6') to host on port
via TCP, and then attempts an SSL connection. It sends the request:
GET /page HTTP/1.0
and prints the body of the response, removing the CR from the end of
If -version is not supplied https@ uses by default IPv6.
If port is not supplied, https@ uses TCP port 443 (HTTPS).
If page is not supplied, https@ asks for / from host.
If host is not supplied, https@ connects to the local host.
If args are supplied, they are passed to https@ unmodified.
sslserver(1), sslclient(1), sslconnect(1), sslcat(1), tcp-environ(5).
Man(1) output converted with