New Option

  • 21 Nov

    HTTP AS2 Receiver

    Dear Users,

    As you probably know, our File Mover has a built in ‘Simple’ HTTP Server. Simple because the HTTP Server was only used to serve the RunTime Log as html page in your browser and also some basic functions were available. As this was deprecated by our Web Remote Tool, the idea was to remove the HTTP Server in one of our next releases. But .. this is not going to happen. We got a request from a user (hi Rian) to add a AS2 Receiver. Since AS2 is HTTP we needed a HTTP Server.

    To use the AS2 Receiver option you first need to ‘enable’ the HTTP Server. An option to enable SSL/TLS (HTTPS) is also available.

    The AS2 settings are available in the ‘AS2 Receiver’ tab.

    • AS2 Receiver Setup
      • Url Path: default /as2handler so in this case the HTTP Server will receive posted files to http(s)://MyIPAddress/as2handler
      • Output Directory: destination directory for
        • Received AS2 message file (.as2m)
        • Decrypted data file
        • Receipt file (.as2r – optional)
      • Message Filename: Filename structure for the received AS2 message file
      • Data Filename: Filename structure for the decrypted AS2 data file

    ( %SFN = filename of included data file in AS2 message )

    • AS2 Receiver Decryption Setup

    • AS2 Receiver Verification Setup

    • AS2 Receiver Receipt Setup

    Feedback would be, as always, much appreciated. Don’t hesitate to contact us.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

  • 03 Nov

    Domain Name System Security Extensions – DNSSEC

    Dear users,

    Regardins DNSSEC: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domain_Name_System_Security_Extensions

    Since version 2018.11.2.0 we’ve added a DNS option tab to the SFTP Source and Destination Setup. This option let’s you override the system DNS. Reason that we’ve added this is security (suppose your system got hacked). This option let’s you firmly control the DNS requests. We’ve also added an option to use DNSSEC (“Use Security”). This is all new for us so feedback is more than welcome.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

  • 27 May

    Web Remote Client SSL option

    Dear Users,

    We’ve added SSL (HTTPS) to our Web Remote Server.  To enable SSL you need to provide 3 certificate files:

    • (Public) Certificate File: This file contains the certificate public key part.
      So everything between and including these two statements:
      —–BEGIN CERTIFICATE—–
      —–END CERTIFICATE—–
    • (Private) Key File: This file contains the private key part.
      So everything between and including these two statements:
      —–BEGIN PRIVATE KEY—–
      —–END PRIVATE KEY—–
    • (Public) Root Certificate File: The final file that SSL requires is the Certificate Authority certificate file.
      You can obtain this from the Internet Explorer in Trusted Root Certificate Authority dialog.
      Select the Authority that issued your certificate and export it in Base64 (cer) format.
      This format is also the same as PEM format so after export simply rename the file to root.pem

    The type of certificates we need are .pem files.  The PEM extension is used for Base-64 encoded X.509 certificates. They contain ASCII armored data between “—– BEGIN …”  and “—–END …” lines. Sometimes the certificates come in a single pem file. In this case, you need to open it with a text editor and save the individual certificates in separate pem files.

    Certificates can be obtained from a trusted certificate authority. You can also generate your own but the browser will not trust this and will display a warning.

    If you have a certificate in .pfx format, you’ll have to convert it first. In this case we need a utility called openssl.exe.  First, download and install the OpenSSL Windows binaries from here (at you own risk). The lite version of the binaries is sufficient.

    • Start a command prompt with administrative privileges
    • At command prompt issue the following command:
      • openssl.exe pkcs12 –in <your file>.pfx –out <your file>.pem

    Openssl.exe will ask you for the password of the pfx file. Leave it blank if you did not specify one. It will also ask you for a new password for the .pem file (= optional). The certificates are converted to single pem file. You need to open the converted pem file with a text editor and save the individual certificates in separate pem files.

    Also online certificate conversions are available:

    Web Remote Setup is available in our LimagitoX Config Tool.

    Regards,

    Limagito Team

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