Did anyone already implement a HTTP request with certificate based authentication?
When I open the URL of my backend service with Chrome browser on my mobile phone, it is asking for client certificate, which is fine. When I open the URL in my Ionic 2 app, there is just “ERROR EMPTY RESPONSE”. Does anyone know how to handle this? Thanks
No conecta al api rest
Hi if you are using ionic-native http plugin:
and set right the white list in config.xml and Content-Security-Policy in index.html
or If you are using http angular2
use this plugin
manually you can set info.list and set “NSAppTransportSecurity” key
I don’t think you understood correctly. I am talking about client-certificate authentication to a web application, not SSL topic. The user has to authenticate himself via a authentication certificate (digital signature).
Have you ever figured out a way to fix this? I’m facing the same problem right now. I do have the user certificate installed on my test device and I can access my webservice on my Desktop PC by installing said certificate in chrome/firefox. Is there perhaps a similar option in ionic as “Automatically Select Certificate” found in Firefox? At the moment I just get Connection Refused.
Unfortunately not. I tried it with a plugin but it was not working
I’m currently playing around with the “cordova-client-cert-authentication” and “cordova-plugin-client-certificate” plugins. Especially the first one claims it’ll make it work just like the certificate selection on chrome, it doesn’t seem like it’s working quite yet (besides the fact that now --livereload results in my app closing because it can’t connect to the local ionic server) but I’ll post again if I get any results.
Alright, not sure if this will help but I got it working:
I’ve installed both mentioned plugins and when I connect to my webservice, I now get a OS-level query on which client certificate to use. It’s weird though, I can no longer use my proxy configured in ionic.config.json (I configured this to avoid CORS errors on connecting to my webservice when I was testing in Chrome using IonicLab) - deployed on an android device, it just seems to work now which is really weird.
Yeah, running on ionic serve --lab now no longer works because firefox and chrome are blocking CORS requests. The android WebView doesn’t seem to have any problems with this though. Strange.