To decipher HTTPS requests without triggering certificate errors, a root certificate must be placed in the browser certificate authority keystore. Importing this certificate causes the browser to unquestioningly accept any certificate that is authenticated by NeoLoad (
NeoLoad_Root_CA.cer) certificate. Consequently, any entity other than NeoLoad also could have its own certificates authenticated by the root certificate installed in the browser and use it unwisely. It is essential, therefore, to fully understand the dangers of installing such a certificate in a browser. You strongly recommend that this procedure only be carried out on a machine that is solely dedicated to load testing your applications.
The random generation of a higher-authority certificate means each copy of NeoLoad has its own root certificate, thus increasing system security.
You may delete a root certificate from the browser keystore as described in Remove a root certificate.