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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.
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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 well as local user setup.

Current Plan:

Utilize Lets Encrypt (https://letsencrypt.org/) to allow automated endoint encryption.  Luke is currently looking for members that may be able to help automate this at server endpoints.  

Possible Solutions include subdomains for each client (ex. customer.emby.media) or custom domains for each customer such as DyDNS.

 

Reasons for this:

 

What is done:

  • Enhanced SSL support on mobile application

 

What is needed:

  • Core universal SSL support
  • App supported SSL
  • Web-app supported SSL
  • Authentication passed over SSL to allow plaintext passwords
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Beardyname

ssl is already available (have been running this for 6+ months or so)

 

Are you asking it to be a built in valid cert? like letsencrypt, or would just like emby connect to implement it and make it valid somehow?

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@@Luke @@ebr

I was told almost 6 months ago this was a top priority, is there any update?  SSL is quite important in this day and age and would open the dorr for many improvements.

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chef

Although my coding skill are relatively new regarding web development, certificates. I have some limited understanding on how to use OpenSSL and have worked with LetsEncrypt briefly.

Is there something I can do?

I have a feeling that this is nessessary for some new developments in emby.

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Although my coding skill are relatively new regarding web development, certificates. I have some limited understanding on how to use OpenSSL and have worked with LetsEncrypt briefly.

Is there something I can do?

I have a feeling that this is nessessary for some new developments in emby.

I would contact @@Luke and @@ebr, they seem to really need assistance with this based upon how long it has been.

 

Maybe this would help as a jumping off point?  https://github.com/DirtyJerz/embyDDNS

 

SSL is really a necessity and I am shocked it has taken this long to be honest.

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I would contact @@Luke and @@ebr, they seem to really need assistance with this based upon how long it has been.

 

Maybe this would help as a jumping off point?  https://github.com/DirtyJerz/embyDDNS

 

SSL is really a necessity and I am shocked it has taken this long to be honest.

 

We already support SSL, we just do not obtain a domain for users and therefore a more trusted cert.

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@@Untoten what is the issue?  

 

SSL is already supported, just put in your certificate

Not universally.  Not across all applications, so passwords are encrypted on client side.  Meaning SSO and LDAP are not currently possible.  This needs to be deployed universal so the authentication workflow can be altered.

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Untoten

For transparency's sake and community collaboration, do you have a current status of the request?  Perhaps a done/to do list?

EDIT: Grammar

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Magic815

+1 on this. Sad to see such lack of development on SSL, LDAP, and SSO.

 

Starting to regret the decision to go with Emby Premiere based on how some of the most popular requests take years to be implemented. I'm looking at you, modifiable landing tab.

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Untoten

+1 on this. Sad to see such lack of development on SSL, LDAP, and SSO.

 

Starting to regret the decision to go with Emby Premiere based on how some of the most popular requests take years to be implemented. I'm looking at you, modifiable landing tab.

Same, I hate that my requests are passified so often, even for a simple request like transparency.

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Same, I hate that my requests are passified so often, even for a simple request like transparency.

 

I'm sorry but we are operating in a highly competitive environment so we are not usually going to publicly expose all of our internal plans or progress.

 

With respect to this particular request - it is possible now to use SSL with Emby.  It just requires a bit of proper configuration and necessary components provided by the user.  To make this any more "plug-and-play" will require us to not only build a new system but also to provide a dynamic DNS service and integrate with other systems properly.  

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I'm sorry but we are operating in a highly competitive environment so we are not usually going to publicly expose all of our internal plans or progress.

 

With respect to this particular request - it is possible now to use SSL with Emby.  It just requires a bit of proper configuration and necessary components provided by the user.  To make this any more "plug-and-play" will require us to not only build a new system but also to provide a dynamic DNS service and integrate with other systems properly.  

I understand, I did not realize the competition of this market to be honest, that is very helpful to know when making requests, try to see from our perspective too it seemed like you were brushing us off.  I will keep that factor in mind in the future for other requests.

 

I get that it may not be plug and play, I just wish for the option to allow apps to send passwords plaintext so a more universal login system to be used, without SSL, obviously it is a terrible idea.  But now that it is atleast an option, it would be nice to have the ability from the server side to push plaintext passwords.

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