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Trusted SSL websocket support #89

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tresf commented Aug 4, 2016

Adds support for easily supplying a trusted websocket certificate to QZ Tray.

Since version 2.0.1

  • Both the certificate as well as the private key MUST be in pem format
    • Certificate MUST be formatted x509 (base64, text)
    • Private key MUST be in PKCS#1 (base64, text)
    • Private key CANNOT be password protected
  • If using the default apache letsencrypt certificates; they come standard in the correct format

Closes #73


Windows

  1. Install QZ Tray from desktop installer

  2. Install openssl for Windows

  3. Run this command

    cscript "%PROGRAMFILES%\QZ Tray\auth\windows-keygen.js" "%PROGRAMFILES%\QZ Tray" install "" "" "path\to\fullchain.pem" "path\to\privkey.pem"

Mac

  1. Install QZ Tray desktop installer

  2. Run this command

    sudo /Applications/QZ\ Tray.app/auth/apple-keygen.sh install "" path/to/fullchain.pem path/to/privkey.pem

Linux

  1. Parameters must be supplied directly to the desktop installer

    sudo qz-tray-2.x.x.run -- -y '' path/to/fullchain.pem path/to/privkey.pem

@tresf tresf merged commit 1ee777f into 2.0 Aug 4, 2016

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