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Replacing, generating or importing HTTPS certificate in Deep Discovery Analyzer (DDAN)

    • Updated:
    • 30 May 2018
    • Product/Version:
    • Deep Discovery Analyzer 5.5
    • Deep Discovery Analyzer 5.8
    • Deep Discovery Analyzer 6.0
    • Deep Discovery Analyzer 6.1
    • Platform:
    • Linux All
Summary

As a PCI certified user, you may want to replace the HTTPS certificate of DDAN.

Since DDAN version 5.5, DDAN supports the import of the certificate via the RDQA page.

Through the RDQA page, you can also review the current details of the exising certificate.

Details
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To replace, generate or import HTTPS certificate to DDAN:

  1. Open your browser and enter the following address to go to the RDQA page of DDAN:

    https://<IP-OF-DDAN>/pages/rdqa.php

  2. On the side menu, click HTTPS Certificate.

    ddan_cert

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Please be very careful with the other settings on the RDQA page!

Do not enable FIPS (Federal Information Processing Standards) mode unless your bussiness requires this.

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Category:
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Solution Id:
1119960
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