Mutual Transport Layer Security (mTLS)

Why mTLS

mTLS is used to access the application connected to the server. The server then notifies the client to install a certificate.

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Note

Any user who wants to use LogicHub must have a certificate that you must download and install before enabling mTLS.

Contact your administrator to get the certificate and a one-time password.

How to Enable mLTS

To enable mTLS:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Security. A Security Settings page opens up that displays mTLS.
  2. Click on mTLS drop-down to Enable mTLS certificate.
  1. Click Download Certificate. A certificate will download to your system and a pop-up window appears with a one-time password.

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Important

Make sure to note down the password to import the certificate in the browser.

  1. Click OK.
  1. Install the downloaded certificate on your machine. For information on how to install on different OS, see Install mTLS Client Certificate on Different OS.

  2. Click Enable mTLS.
    A pop-up message appears that recommends you restart your browser after enabling the certificate.

  1. Click Confirm. You have now successfully installed MTLS on your system.

How to Disable mTLS

To disable mTLS:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Security. A Security Settings page opens up.
  2. Click on mTLS drop-down and click Disable mTLS.
  1. Click Confirm to disable the mTLS on your browser.

How to Revoke mTLS

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Only administrators can revoke the client certificate.

To revoke mTLS certificate:

  1. Navigate to Settings > Security. A Security Settings page opens up.
  2. Click Revoke Certificate. A pop-up message appears that the existing certificates will stop working.
  3. Click Confirm to revoke the certificate.

After the certificate is revoked, the logichub-client certificate will be invalid. The administrator will download and provide you with a new client certificate which will generate a new pair of server and client certificate.

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You must delete the Logichub-Client certificate and restart the browser after the revoke. For information on how to delete the client certificate, see Delete LogicHub Client Certificate on Different OS.


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