How to enable ssl for selfsigned certificates?

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How to enable ssl for selfsigned certificates?

sivakumar
Hi,

In Jfrog artifactory how to enable ssl for selfsigned certificate(.keystore and .cer files).artifactory in running on RHEL server. Can some one please help me to do that?
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HughG_TMVSE
Hi,

we did this by putting Apache in front of Artifactory and just doing the usual Apache HTTPS setup.

However, if you do this, you'll also have to get that self-signed cert into the client's Java keystore if you're using a JVM-based client like Gradle.  But every time you update Java, it will overwrite the default keystore.  This ended up being one of the most common internal support issues - "why has the HTTPS stopped working again?"  We ended up putting some custom logic into the "gradlew.bat" in our Gradle wrappers, to load site-specific self-signed certs which were checked in with the Gradle wrapper.

We now have an SSL cert chained to a public Root CA, and it'll make your life much easier if you can do that.  Maybe you could use the free https://letsencrypt.org/?

Regards,

Hugh Greene, Senior Software Developer
Toshiba Medical Visualization Systems Europe, Ltd
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Hi,

In Jfrog artifactory how to enable ssl for selfsigned certificate(.keystore and .cer files).artifactory in running on RHEL server. Can some one please help me to do that?



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