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SSL Cert not accepted - Bugman - 06-12-2018

Dean: Quick question. The webserver is not accepting my Comodo ssl certificate. I have it stored in personal under "www.***.com". Can you have periods in the name?


RE: SSL Cert not accepted - Bugman - 06-12-2018

(06-12-2018, 06:43 AM)Bugman Wrote: Dean: Quick question. The webserver is not accepting my Comodo ssl certificate. I have it stored in personal under "www.***.com". Can you have periods in the name?

May have fixed this. I had it under Current User account, vs Local Machine. I assume we need these in the Local Machine area?

On another point, we don't currently have https support for the http trigger driver do we? Trying to shore up exploitable areas. Too many hackers out there....Wink


RE: SSL Cert not accepted - Dean Roddey - 06-12-2018

We don't, but HTTPS isn't to keep hackers out really. Well, it prevents them from do any sort of man in the middle attack, but it doesn't do anything to prevent them from accessing the driver. That would require some sort of authentication. That could be added of course, to allow you to configure a username/password on the driver that has to be passed in the URLs. Then HTTPS would prevent that info in the URL from being seen in transit.