SSL Certificates

By default, a self-signed certificate encrypts and decrypts the messages between components. lvse also uses this certificate when recording https:// style web traffic. The certificate is in the LISA_HOME\webreckeys.ks file.
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By default, a self-signed certificate encrypts and decrypts the messages between components.
VSE
also uses this certificate when recording https:// style web traffic. The certificate is in the
LISA_HOME\webreckeys.ks
file.
When you set the default protocol to SSL and you do not change anything else, you use an "internal
DevTest
" certificate. All
DevTest
users (not only your organization) share this internal certificate. Using this certificate encrypts the network traffic. Using this certificate does not prevent an unauthorized user from connecting to your simulator on a public cloud. To prevent this type of unauthorized access, use your own certificate. You can also continue to use the "well-known"
DevTest
certificate, but enable access control.
If you want to use your own certificate, you can override the certificate keystore by specifying the following properties:
lisa.net.keyStore=/path/to/keystore.ks
lisa.net.keyStore.password=plaintextPassword
The first time
DevTest
reads the plain text password, it converts the password to an encrypted property:
lisa.net.keyStore.password_enc=33aa310aa4e18c114dacf86a33cee898