Deployment guide

AppSec Portal deployment step-by-step guide


Before installing the AppSec Portal, make sure you have the following software installed on your machine (for Docker-compose installation type):
SSH keys
To securely connect to the Linux server, you will need to set up SSH keys.
If you don't have SSH keys already, you can generate them using the following command in your server terminal:
ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096
After generating the SSH keys, you need to copy the public SSH key to the Linux server. Use this command to copy the public key:
ssh-copy-id <username>@<server-ip-address>
Replace <username> with your Linux server account username, and <server-ip-address> with the IP address of the Linux server. You will be prompted to enter your password for authentication.
Open the file on your local machine where the private SSH key is stored. The private key is typically saved with a .pem or .ssh file extension.
Select and copy the contents of the private key file. Ensure you copy the key with the correct permissions and line breaks intact.
Please note that the AppSec Portal is currently incompatible with Amazon Aurora database.
If you have any issues during the installation process or while using the app, contact our support team [email protected] for assistance