IMPORTANT CLOUDTEST ALERT
The certificate for Conductor has expired which will prevent CloudTest users from recording HTTPS sites. You will get an error as the proxy will be unable to do the recording.
Note: For those of you using iOS or Android, please go to Android and iOS SOASTA SSL Certificates to download the appropriate certificate files and visit the Using a Conductor as a Proxy help article for instructions.
For example, in Internet Explorer, it will look like the following:
In Google Chrome, it will look like the following:
There are two ways to fix this issue:
Once you upgrade your Conductor, you should not try to upgrade again unless you are at build 56.22 or above.
The steps to update your Conductor are as follows:
Note: Normally, you can skip this step. The instructions below are only needed if the automatic certificate import fails.
I found a new one myself and recording is working now. Thank you so much for your help!
Please close the case.
I am still facing the issue. Now getting an error - net::err_cert weak signature algorithm, which on digging, i was able to concur that the CA was issue MD5 instead of SHA-1. but on further investigation, the SOASTA conductor was issuing SHA-1 and still i am seeing these errors for any HTTPs traffic for that matter. Need to know if this is a known issue
Are you recording on windows?
We've updated the conductor to include a new cert and this should resolve the issue you're seeing.
The new conductor is here:
@Mrunal - thanks its working. Could you give me the specifics as to why the version that i downloaded from the CloudTest tool did not work? I tried it on multiple systems earlier and all i could understand is that the CA was no able to reissue the client's certificate.
@Rueben, Glad you have it working.
Chrome recently updated and blacklisted SHA1 ciphers.
We've updated the conductor to include a new cert and this resolved the issue you were seeing.
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