Enabling secure HTTP
Note: The SSL Setup utility is a separate download that can be found at http://download.kaseya.com/components/knm/sslsetup/sslsetup.exe This topic assumes you have downloaded and installed the utility.
The built-in web server used by Network Monitor can use SSL to encrypt all information sent from the web server to the web browser. To enable SSL use the SSL Setup utility installed in the Network Monitor program folder. When SSL is enabled you cannot connect to the interface using an non-encrypted connection.
Configuring the web server
To disable the SSL encryption, press the Disable SSL button in step 4.
Note: The port used by Network Monitor does not change when enabling SSL. If the port number used by Network Monitor is 8080 the correct URL to access Network Monitor from the local machine is
Creating a certificate for data encryption
Note: The certificate that this tool generates will not be a valid certificate for server identification, since it does not have a valid CA (Certificate Authority) field. It will still be usable for encryption and is as secure in that respect as a purchased certificate.
Using your own certificate
When the certificate has been installed, use the SSL Setup utility to select and enable SSL Encryption.
If Network Monitor fails to respond after you restarted the service: