CyberTrace Web uses an SSL certificate for HTTPS connections. By default, CyberTrace Web uses a self-signed certificate and a private key that are generated during the installation of CyberTrace. The generated certificate is valid for two years.
We recommend that you generate a certificate that will be trusted in your infrastructure and configure CyberTrace to use this certificate instead of the self-signed certificate.
Before making changes, create a backup copy of the existing private key, certificate, and Feed Service configuration file.
To generate a trusted certificate for CyberTrace Web:
This creates a trusted certificate for the private key.
GUISettings > HTTPServer > SSLCertificatePathand
GUISettings > HTTPServer > SSLPrivateKeyPathelements of the Feed Service configuration file if necessary so that they will contain the paths to the certificate and private key respectively.
Save the Feed Service configuration file.