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Prerequisites

Trust1Connector API DNS

The Trust1Connector API v3 exposes a secure REST API on the client device. Trust1Team has created a t1c.t1t.io DNS entry (or customer-specific DNS entry) that points to 127.0.0.1 in order to facilitate SSL communication. On the DNS entry applies DNSSEC. This means that if the customer infrastructure uses a proxy for all network traffic, an exemption must be made for t1c.t1t.io to always point to the origin device's loopback address.
If no exemption is made and https://t1c.t1t.io is handled by a proxy, it will redirect to 127.0.0.1 IP of the proxy server instead of the local machine, and the Trust1Connector API will be unreachable.
The reserved domain from Trust1Team has been registered with DNSSEC on the aforementioned URI. When a PARTNER uses its own DNS, we strongly recommend applying DNSSEC on the domain used in production.

Distribution Service

In order to correctly function, the Trust1Connector API must be able to connect to its configured Distribution Service. You must allow REST traffic to the following URLs (if applicable):
    Acceptance: https://acc-ds.t1t.io
    Production: https://ds.t1t.io
A partner can opt for its own Distribution server, whereas the URIs mentioned above, will be defined by the hosting party.

Disk Space

Keep in mind sizes can vary a bit depending on the Operating system and the environment (develop, acceptance, production)
These differences will never be greater than 5Mb

Windows

Trust1Connector installer is about 15Mb in size. The installed size comes to 35Mb.
This includes the Trust1Connector API, Registry and Sandbox.

MacOS

Trust1Connector installer is about 15Mb in size. The installed size comes to 42Mb.
This includes the Trust1Connector API, Registry and Sandbox.
The increased size over windows mainly comes to the way MacOS handles dialogs. These are distributed with the Trust1Connector as seperate binaries.

API Key

All endpoints of the Trust1Connector API are secured and require a JWT to access. To obtain a token, an API key must be exchanged.
This API key must be requested from TRUST1TEAM, or created by the customer if they are hosting their own Distribution Service. The API key must never be used in a front-end application (where the API key can be compromised). The API key is needed to exchange the token, using a Distribution Server, resulting in a short-lived Json Web Token.
A PARTNER can decide to distribute a version without the use of a JWT. In those cases, the liability of the security flow resides completely in the context of the web application, thus Trust1Team can not guarantee the security context where the Trust1Connector is integrated upon.

Operating System

Right now Trust1Connector support two operating systems;
    MacOS 10.13 or higher
      X86 architecture
      M1/ARM architecture
    Windows 8.1 or higher
    Linux (ongoing)
Trust1Team support Windows/Mac OSX OS families where lifecycle support is guaranteed from the Vendor of the Operating System. The moment the OS version has been marked as ‘end of life’, Trust1Team can not guarantee the functionality anymore.
When PARTNERS are in need to support an older version or keeping the support running on the level of Trust1Team, no guarantees can be made. Trust1Team can setup a custom project, on demand of the PARTNER. Those requirements, changes or other adaptations needed, are not covered in the Trust1Connector license fee.

Windows 8.1 or higher

To run in user-space on Windows 8.1 or higher some components have to be set on the operating system

Registry keys

Below you can find a list of all registry keys that will be created for the working of the Trust1Connector, All these keys are added to HKCU
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Trust1Team\Trust1Connector

Cookies

Since 3.5.x no more cookies are used.
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