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  1. There have been a few posts around the Forum recently regarding SSL, HTTPS and Security. I'm by no means an expert on reverse proxies but have had alot of dealings with them over the past few months and with the help of @@pir8radio and @@shorty1483 have a fairly well setup and secure system to access my services from outside of my LAN. This guide is to help people access their Emby Server and any other services behind a reverse proxy. This is based on NGINX but it also works for Apache and IIS. So firstly, what is and why do i need a reverse proxy? If you’re like me and have many serv
  2. I purchased my own domain certificate and then I had a crazy time trying to figure out why my pfx file wouldn't work. After much reading around it seemed that in order to make it work I had to use a pfx file (cert+private key) with no password in place. For me this wasn't an option, as I'm crazy paranoid that by creating this it would then be possible for someone to get their hands on it and then somehow and then be able to compromise my sites (wildcard cert). So instead, I made Emby work with a secure pfx file. Here is my howto.... Requirements: Active Directory enabled domain A Windows
  3. Hi, I've set up my Emby-server with "HTTPS using reverse proxy" using the "Setting up SSL for Emby (WIP)" guide. My question is: How can I switch between my LAN IP-address 192.168.1.20:8096 if I'm at home and my https: // emby.domainname.com:443 address if I'm on the road (using the Android-app)? Manually adding the other address for the same server doesn't seem to work? Thanks!
  4. anderbytes

    Webserver TLS version

    Hi, can you upgrade the TLS version used for SSL connection in Emby? I've been tuning my Firefox's security configurations, and when I enable "security.ssl.require_safe_negotiation = true" it returns me the error "SSL_ERROR_UNSAFE_NEGOTIATION" at the moment I try to enter Emby web client. Googling a little returned me that the TLS version may be insecure at the webserver.... in this case Emby's embeeded webserver that uses the .pfx for enabling HTTPS. Thanks.
  5. http://www.pcworld.com/article/2932419/plex-gets-more-secure-adding-free-ssl-encryption-for-all-free-and-paying-users.html i'm surprised something like this not thought about in the beginning of things
  6. Arelion

    Need help to install certificate

    Hi, I've tried to follow all the guides out there to add a certificate to my Emby server, unfortunately without success. Today I'm running my Emby server on Ubuntu 17.04. I own my own domain but I already use the main domain for another server that I has as a webserver. So I would like to have a sub-domain for my Emby, so I have created an address that looks like this: emby.domain.com I have managed to use free certificates on my web server via Certbot, but when I try to do the same way on my Emby server with my sub-domain I get some authentication error message. So I would really
  7. Untoten

    SSL Integration/Support

    Status: Initiated Blueprint Luke has investigated this, unclear the progress on universal development. App devs have not begun dev for this. Once Luke builds core compatibility it may be 3+ months before app/client SSL adoption. Spread the word! Let's make it known how many Emby users would love to see this feature! I have seen scattered, unorganized requests for this that seemed to die, so this will serve to centralize all support for SSL and to track responses/feedback. This is to request Emby support SSL, both app and web client to server. This would be for Emby Connect setups as
  8. sstt671

    HTTPS not working on TS-251+

    Hello, I am not able to setup SSL on my emby server hosted on QNAP TS-251+. Server details: QNAP TS-251+ Firmware v4.3.3 Emby v3.2.14 Qmono v4.6.2.7 (64bit) When I supply my own ssl cert with .pfx, I can connect via http but not https. Port forwarding is done correctly. Also, if I do not supply my own cert then connect via https works fine with warning. Here is the log snippet: 2017-05-08 14:46:32.9377 Error App: Error loading cert from /*****/SSLcertificate.pfx *** Error Report *** Version: 3.2.14.0 Command line: /*****/.qpkg/Emby/Emby/MediaBrowser.Server.Mono.ex
  9. I am running a Kodi instance with Emby plugin remotely. The access is proxied via Apache to provide secure SSL. This works perfectly in almost all regards. I can stream FullHD video and all (200/25 connection). The only thing that does not work is the automatic library update. I have to make a manual update each time anything changes. I know the server is ok: - There are local instances that are not proxied, which pick up the changes fine. - Also the remote machine does pick up the changes when I connect to the server via the site-to-site VPN, but that is too slow for actual streaming. So
  10. grouik1er

    Emby HTTP Server

    Hello, I jsute create un letsencrypt certificate for emby but i see that the web server include for windows restrict connection to TLS 1.0. There is a config file for it to force TLS 1.2 and modify cipher ? Thanks
  11. robello84

    Port 8920 ssl problem

    Good evening guys, is from about 1 week that the ssl connection on port 8920, does not work anymore. I try to restart emby, and it works for about half an hour, then do not work anymore. I have the latest version of emby installed. It works via http. Using the certificate of let'sencrypt from 6 months is it always worked. Can someone help me? The only mistake that I find in the log is this. Thank you 2016-09-15 14:30:14.1333 Error ServiceStackHost: Error occured while Processing Request: Access token is required. *** Error Report *** Version: 3.0.7100.0 Command line: /usr/lib
  12. Fmstrat

    SSL errrors with StartSSL cert

    Hi all, I thought this might be an issue with the Android client at first, but I'm not so sure anymore. I'm running on Ubuntu, and I've got a cert from StartSSL, and I'm using it to secure my server. Only the HTTPS port is open to the public. Everything appears to work fine when using Firefox and the WebUI, but when connecting with Android, the server reports: 2015-05-04 00:49:18.8658 Error - HttpServer: Error in ProcessAccept *** Error Report *** Version: 3.0.5597.1 Command line: /opt/mediabrowser/MediaBrowser.Server.Mono.exe -programdata /var/lib/mediabrowser
  13. Since updating to Version 3.0.7200.0, I have to restart the Emby Windows Service every few hours because I can no longer access it from the Internet or the LAN using https://mysite.com:8920. I can still access it via the LAN by using http://192.168.0.2:8096, without restarting the service. As soon as I restart the service, I can once again access it via the Internet and via the LAN, using https://mysite.com:8920, for a few hours. I never experienced this issue until the last update.
  14. It's 2016 and Emby (Community) still doesn't use proper TLS. This page has an Qualys SSL Labs rating of F (this should be A or A+) Most links on this page redirect back to HTTP Most pages are only partially HTTPS You can't login securely without editing the form manually You can't register securely without editing the form manually You can't post in the forum securely without editing the form manually Side note: Your PHP exposes its version freely in your X-Powered-By header Also, your plugin catalog images are loaded solely via HTTP. This results in some of them being blocked by modern br
  15. Hi Emby crowd! I have an emby server visible on the internet via SSL/HTTPS only. My server has DDNS so is accessed via URL rather than IP address. I'll be off on a family holiday soon and we're looking to be able to watch our Emby movies on the TV in our destination. The problem is that I have found that Emby app support for HTTPS seems to be quite patchy... - iOS works perfectly with HTTPS. I can watch movies from other networks, from 3G/LTE etc no probs... but of course is is not a big screen family experience. - Samsung TV app works well - family members are able to stream from m
  16. wered

    SSL issue

    I decided to try and install my SSL certificate to my emby install earlier, and when i created my pfx and set it to use that it worked, however when browsing to it in chrome or firefox is said it was insecure because it did not have the bundle in the .pfx file, So i generated a .pfx with both the certificate and the bundle in the certificate field, however after doing so i now get an error_connection_closed whenever i access over wan or lan, So i switched back to the original pfx without the bundle and i get the same thing, i have restarted it a few times and tried a few different ports, any i
  17. Hi there, I am trying to access my Emby server from the "outside" world. To do so, I have configured the public port on my emby server instance as 8920 and left the field for the server-cert blank, hoping emby would provide its own. I did forward the port in my router. But sadly, nothing works. My browser keeps loading forever. Doing the same for the standard http-port, 8096, works like charm, however, unencrypted. I am completely new to the whole SSL thing via http, is there anything else to do, or is there a tutorial on how to get my emby server public? Thanks!
  18. I have an SSL Certificate (letsencrypt.org) that is signed by - issuer=/C=US/O=Let's Encrypt/CN=Let's Encrypt Authority X1 This cert is in turn signed by - issuer=/O=Digital Signature Trust Co./CN=DST Root CA X3 I create a pkcs12 from the pem files using the following command openssl pkcs12 -export -out cert.pfx -in cert.pem -inkey privkey.pem -certfile x3chain.pem -nodes Where cert.pem is the certificate, privkey.pem is the private key and x3chain.pem is the issuing certificate (Let's Encrypt) and the rootCA (DST Root CA X3). I then provide this certificate to Emby and start it. Wh
  19. 2016-04-06 13:41:31.6854 Info HttpServer: attempting to load pfx: C:\Users\media\Desktop\mydomain.pfx 2016-04-06 13:41:31.6854 Error HttpServer: Exception loading certificate: C:\Users\media\Desktop\mydomain.pfx *** Error Report *** Version: 3.0.5912.0 Command line: C:\Users\media\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server\System\MediaBrowser.ServerApplication.exe Operating system: Microsoft Windows NT 6.1.7601 Service Pack 1 Processor count: 4 64-Bit OS: True 64-Bit Process: True Program data path: C:\Users\media\AppData\Roaming\Emby-Server Application Path: C:\Users\medi
  20. icthusman1

    SSL with custom cert

    I have been trying to get Emby working with a custom SSL cert and having lots of trouble. Hopefully someone here can point me to what I am doing stupid. I own my own domain and have it hosted through NameCheap. I noticed last week that they have a DDNS client. So I went ahead and used that to point emby.mydomain.com to my IP address as supplied through the DDNS client. Success!! I can drop the free DDNS service I had been using and use my own domain! I tested this and am able to log in to Emby successfully from outside my network through the domain I setup. I also set the external WAN addr
  21. I am running Emby 3.0.5912.0 on Server 2012 R2. I used II7 to put in a CSR, which i then exported to https://my.gogetssl.com to provide me a SSL. When Running 3.0.5781.5 the following steps worked and would like to know if there is something I am doing wrong, or if there is an issues I am experiencing. Put in a CSR using IIS Submit the CSR https://my.gogetssl.com, and get a *.crt back Import the *.crt into the servers local cert store Export the *.pfx Rename the cert to the <selfsignedname>.pfx restart the server Here is there it breaks in 3.0.5912.0 When i access the server ove
  22. KillermanGabe

    Emby and CloudFlare

    A couple of days ago I posted a thread about how my website was failing to load when using SSL. I've finally figured out what the problem was. Since I use CloudFlare as my DNS for domain I use their SSL, Caching, etc. However, when I disable SSL and set the domain to not go through CloudFlare servers (by making the cloud on the DNS page turn grey) so it bypasses everything except basic DNS. Now Emby works flawlessly without any issues. I am a bit bummed that I cannot use CloudFlare for SSL but now everything is working. Does Emby support CloudFlare or is my hosting provider not liking CloudFla
  23. KillermanGabe

    Website won't load if using SSL

    Hello, I currently have an Emby Server setup that streams over the internet to multiple users. I will put machine / network specs below. I use CloudFlare for DNS so I can route my domain to the server IP address. I also use CloudFlare for the free SSL they provide. I have tried using their Flexible and Full options, both of which give me the same problem. When using SSL the server will only load sometimes, if I continuously refresh the page then it may load after 10+ tries. Once it loads it seems like it works for a while until it isn't used anymore. If I connect with the direct IP via http t
  24. Hello everyone, Has anyone succeded in using Android app (Emby Connect) to connect to Emby via HTTPS port (internal network or internet)? I got my ports configured in a way that only HTTPS work, and HTTP is blocked to everyone, for security reasons. I can connect to Emby via WebClient (browsers) or Emby Theater (Windows) with no problem via HTTPS, using the 8920 port locally or some other port-forwarded to 8920. But when I try to use Android Emby Connect, using the same parameters, it never works. Anyone? Thanks in advance.
  25. Hello I am using Emby in a docker container that I am trying to set up with https connection. I was able to set it up but it took me some time since I was trying to use certificates generated by letsencrypt. Once I generated the cert and private key with it i ran openSSL to create the pfx file. The "issue" that I am having is that Chrome is not giving the connection a green light. I would really like to get the green verified https since my family will be using it and I dont want to explain to everyone what this means.
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