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Add feature to install custom certificates onto Sauce VMs

At the moment, there are several ways to bypass the self-signed/untrusted certificates warning on websites. There is also the option of using Sauce Connect and re-encrypting traffic with the CyberVillains certificate. While these are valid, it'd be good to provide a way for customers with custom certificates to keep using those on the Sauce OnDemand cloud.

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  • Mar 15 2018
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  • Suresh Panchanathan commented
    June 20, 2019 17:15

    As per Sauce Labs SauceConnect documentation WebSockets will not work with SSL Bumping activated. However, it also states that if SSL Bumping is disabled you now need to have a trusted CA issued SSL cert in your Site Under Test (SUT) if you want it to work across the board.  Some browsers, such as Chrome, may have defaults set to ignore SSL warnings (i.e. "I don't trust the CA that signed your cert" kind of warning), or allow such settings to be set through Selenium capabilities options.  Outside of that, we are left with requesting Sauce Labs to implement this feature or provide some other test VM provision configuration capability that ensures the selected platform/browser won't block (e.g. warning popup) on these kinds of SSL warnings.

  • Bill Roske commented
    April 18, 2019 19:34

    Similarly, being able to upload a USER Certificate so that the app under test can use certs for authentication (stored in the windows "personal" certificate store)...

  • Doran Gao commented
    September 07, 2018 21:53

    This will definitely help for apk testing too

  • widi harsojo commented
    March 16, 2018 01:09

    Support ticket no: 49276 - POC Enrique Gonzalez , as recommended by Enrique - current service that Sauce Labs provide  lack of mentioned above and hampering us using SauceLabs as the tools for cross browsers automation tests.