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Securing and troubleshooting integrations

Configure Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates to enable secure connections from a web server to a browser, domain name, server name, or hostname. Many Veracode integrations use Java, which maintains its own TrustStore. The Java TrustStore might not have the SSL root certificate.

If a Veracode integration is running on a machine that is behind an SSL inspection device, you must import the custom root certificate that the device issues to connect to Veracode. You can obtain a copy of the certificate from your IT staff or use your browser to obtain the certificate manually.

You can use the following troubleshooting information to help you resolve errors or issues with Veracode products and services.