SSL

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And You Thought Your Transactions Were Safe: SSL Based Attacks

Your plaintext internet traffic is subject to attack. You already knew this.  And it probably won’t surprise you to learn that your encrypted internet traffic is also vulnerable. It’s an unfortunate situation. Carl Herberger, Radware’s VP for Security Solutions, says that the prospect of SSL-based attacks “makes a folly of our existing security infrastructure”. The […]

How to Install an SSL Certificate

Total Uptime gives you the ability to load an SSL certificate and key pair for use in SSL offload or decrypting the SSL session in order to insert client IP headers.  This article describes the process of retrieving your certificate and key files from a Linux web server, uploading them, and pairing them in our […]

SSL TAB

We permit uploading of SSL certificates which can be attached to the SSL protocol. This allows us to decrypt the SSL session in order to insert client-ip headers, or perform SSL offload. Unless you require either of these two features, you probably don’t need SSL and could use the SSL_BRIDGE protocol instead to simply pass […]

Retrieve All SSL Certificate and Key Pairings

Method:              GET URI:                      /ALF/SSL/CertKeyPair/All?{options} This method will retrieve all of the SSL Cert/Key pairs. The {options} allow you to refine the results retrieved from the API. They must be formatted as a query string, e.g. if you use more […]

Delete SSL Key

Method:              DELETE URI:                      /ALF/SSL/Key/{keyId} This method will delete the SSL Key with the ID specified.

Retrieve All SSL Keys

Method:              GET URI:                      /ALF/SSL/Key/All?{options} This method will retrieve all of the SSL Keys. The {options} allow you to refine the results retrieved from the API. They must be formatted as a query string, e.g. if you use more than […]

Upload SSL Key

Method:              POST URI:                      /ALF/SSL/UploadKey?filename={keyName}&keyType={keyType}& format={keyFormat}&passphrase={passphrase} This method uploads a SSL KEY. It requires the following information: Field Required data *filename The file name of the key. E.g. mykey.pem The key name stored will be created from the file name. […]

Delete SSL Certificate

Method:              DELETE URI:                      /ALF/SSL/Cert/{CertId} This method will delete the SSL Certificate with the ID specified.