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[Open] Support Client Certificate for TLS protected connection

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User Story

As a PRTG User, I want to be able to test the full range of TLS connections, including client certificate protected channels

Details of User Story

if a TLS connection is protected by a client certificate, the server will terminate the TLS-connection if not presented with a proper certificate by the client. IN such a case, the PRTG will "see" the TLS connection, but is unable to check any of it's properties or access the content behind it. (e.g. HTTPS-Server) (see [2]) Client certificates are used in certain (probably growing) buisness use-cases (see [1]) but also in a few government related use-cases (e.g. eID card or similar)

[1] cloudflare offering TLS client certificate

[2] RFC for TLS1.2 with client certificate

Acceptance criteria

  • TLS Connection Sensor / TLS Certificate Sensor accepts Client-Certificates
  • HTTPS Sensor accepts client-certificates
  • all other TLS Sensors accept client certificates This basically gives us a set of cornerstones that need to be there in order for the feature to be implemented.

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certificate client-certificates https improve-prtg ssl-certificate tls

Created on May 19, 2020 9:05:29 AM by  MZiebell (15) 1

Last change on Sep 7, 2020 11:40:07 AM by  Felix Wiesneth [Paessler Support]



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