IIS 7.x, adding an HTTPS-enabled site: SiteCollection.Add(string, string, string, byte[]) overload

I need to programatically add an IIS 7.x site and I got stuck when this should be created with a HTTPS/SSL binding by default, usig SiteCollection.Add(string, string, string, byte[]) overload.

Giving https:*:80:test.localhost https:*:443:test.localhost as bindingInformation throws an ArgumentException with this message: The specified HTTPS binding is invalid.

What's wrong in this binding information?

Thank you.

EDIT: I'm using Microsoft.Web.Administration assembly.

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