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I am able to capture traffic between a Java app using HttpsURLConnection POST to API endpoint

For security, this endpoint uses a DigiCert Root Certificate.

I tried adding this DigiCert Root Certificate to RSA Key List within SSL Protocol preferences, but that did not decrypt Ecrypted Application Data within Secure Socket Layer of captured traffic.

Within aforementioned list, I added IP Address, Port 443, Protocol http, File path to DigiCert Root Certificate.

Am I not performing decryption correctly?

Jeff in Seattle

asked 08 Nov '12, 08:39

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edited 08 Nov '12, 08:41

I modified key file within RSA Key List to point to a cacert.pem file which does have DigiCert Root Certificate, but I am not seeing expected Decrypted SSL Data.

Where would I find this?

Jeff in Seattle

(08 Nov '12, 09:18) jeff00tangocard
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