Share with the community your tips to better understanding two-way ssl connectivity. Whether you joined our webinar or not, use this thread to help others stuck on the topic.
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Thank you for this great webinar. I learned a lot of details about how two way SSL works.
As an Android Developer, I have used keytool to get my apps SSL fingerprints but on this webinar I learned how to use OpenSSL to generate CSR and private keys for SSL.
I am planning on using the Visa Checkout Mobile SDK on an android native app, to process user payments, and understanding the process of two way SSL is very helpful for me to understand the process of making my app secure for users.
Thank you again.
Hector J. Orozco
1) Generate certificate using OpenSSL
2) Create Sample project in Sandbox by using own generated certificate
3) Use Postman/SoapUI - load keys with credentials and proper payload (take example from sandbox)
4) Test the sample message from postman and refer the response message.
During today's webinar, I learned about two-way SSL configuration. My favorite tool to use for testing two-way SSL is postman with sample visa sandbox application. I preferred to use OpenSSL tool for certificate generation.
Very interesting webinar.
I have now more knowledge on what is SSL mutual authentication and able to test by myself.
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Good luck and looking forward for next webinars
This is Shaina, your presenter from the VDP 2-way SSL Demo.
Thank you so much for joining our webinar yesterday! I hope you all got something out of it.
To reiterate some concepts from yesterday --
One quick tip --> to generate a CSR quickly to begin developing: You can select the Auto-generate CSR option instead of manually creating your own CSR. There is an Auto-generation option on project creation and it will create the CSR and private key for you. Don't forget to download and save the private key if you choose this option!
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