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SSL Configuration

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Add SSL Certificates to Your Domain

Certificatesopen in new window, TLSopen in new window, HTTPSopen in new window play a vital role in zero-trust networksopen in new window. And how about your website? You can have a security checkopen in new window. Since we aim to provide a scalable way to enable a Zero Trust architecture, the Datawiza Access Proxy (DAP) supports SSL. All you need to do is configuring the Datawiza Cloud Management Console (DCMC):

DCMC SSL Configuration

  1. Certificate Configuration:
    Select Advanced tab in your application page: Open SSL and select Cert Type: Config SSL We provide a self-signed certificate for localhost. It can be used for testing purposes. Config SSL Optionally, you can choose to upload your own certificate from a file: Config SSLConfig SSL Click Save.

  2. General Configuration:
    Select General from the application page and change the Application URL to https://localhost:9772, Listen Port to 9772. Then click Save: Config General

  3. IdP Configuration:
    Update the Redirect URI of the IdP to https://localhost:9772/datawiza/aithorization-code/callback accordingly.

  4. Try it Out! Let's visit https://localhost:9772open in new window and login. There will be a page to show Your connection is not private. It is because we are using a self-signed cert created by mkcertopen in new window for testing purposes: Visit localhost We can now see our certificate working in action.: Visit localhost