I'm confused with the term "Dynamic SSL certificate", how it works and what the difference is with a usual SSL certificate for web communication between client and the server.
For example, I'm using ZAP proxy. We must set the SSL certificates that are dynamically generated by the application and save it, so our browser can use that certificate for proxying the traffic.
Is it possible that SSL certificate doesn't have to be stored on the server and can be dynamically generated by the application? Does Zap also run its own CA (certificate authority? So every generated SSL certificate is clarified on its own?