I don't have any experience on this kind of things, so please bear with me.
And I apologise if this has been asked before, but I couldn't find it in this site.
- I have a Windows Server (IIS) with a web site and web services running.
- I have an iOS app using such web services.
In the near future I'll migrate such web site and web services to AWS with Linux, but first I need to adopt ATS.
For reference to the next follow this link
Apple is asking developers to adopt ATS as soon as possible.
In the App Transport Security documentation says "forward secrecy" (which I'm not sure what exactly means)
In addition, your communication through higher-level APIs needs to be encrypted using TLS version 1.2 with forward secrecy. If you try to make a connection that doesn't follow this requirement, an error is thrown.
I don't know how to create/request a certificate(s) for this to work. If you can point me in the right direction, it would be great (a link will be enough).
Which provider would you recommend to request such certificate(s)?
Will the same certificate(s) work when I move the web site and web services to AWS in Linux?