TLS

These articles describe how to set up TLS certificates with Fastly services.

The TLS dashboard provides a high-level overview of the status of your Fastly-managed and self-managed TLS certificates. It alerts you…

Read more

The HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) security enhancement specification provides a way to force modern browsers to communicate only…

Read more

This guide describes how to use Fastly TLS to enable TLS 1.3 for a domain using a TLS certificate you provide or one that Fastly provides…

Read more

If you want to only allow TLS on your site, we have you covered. We've built a setting into the request settings that will allow you to…

Read more

Mutual TLS (mTLS) is an additional layer of network connection security that is added on top of our existing TLS product . By default, the…

Read more

Customers can use a shared Fastly domain (e.g., your-name.global.ssl.fastly.net ) to add TLS to a website or application for free. Before…

Read more

This guide describes how to use Fastly TLS to enable HTTPS for a domain using a certificate managed by Fastly. To serve secure traffic…

Read more

This guide describes how to use the Fastly TLS product to upload and deploy your own TLS certificates and private keys using the Fastly…

Read more

"Your connection is not private" If you've recently started testing Fastly services, you may see errors like the following: These errors…

Read more

When you are connecting to origins over TLS , you may have errors. Hostname mismatches Error: Hostname mismatch Why the error appears Your…

Read more

Before getting started with Fastly-managed TLS subscriptions (managed TLS) or self-managed TLS certificates (Bring Your Own Certificates…

Read more

Welcome! This guide helps new TLS users like you get started with Fastly TLS as quickly as possible using Certainly, Fastly's publicly…

Read more

Identifying TLS terminated requests To maintain optimal caching performance, Fastly uses a TLS terminator separate from the caching…

Read more