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 -- Two-way SSL/Mutual Authentication means you have to validate and authenticate both the client and the server while One-way SSL only needs to verify the server's identity. To verify either party's identity, you provide your respective public certificates and that exchange is known as SSL handshake. Example 2-way SSL: Client (you) trying to access Visa Direct APIs (server: sandbox.api.visa.com) to create a payment app. Example of One-way SSL: Client (you) trying to access the inter When generating a CSR (Client Signing Request), you are creating both the private key AND the CSR. The CSR is used to generate a valid public client certificate, which you will use in 2-way SSL to authenticate the client (yourself). 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! If you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to us on through Contact Us or by email. Stay healthy and safe!
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