- Recorded browser-based form authentication is a quick and visual way of creating authentication flows. It allows uploading an authentication flow which was prerecorded with the Chrome recorder and using it as authentication with Bright.
To record a session using Google Chrome Recorder, follow the steps below.
- In the Chrome browser, open the target URL in a separate tab.
- Open DevTools.
- In Chrome's main menu: Click the three dots menu (Customize and control Google Chrome) and then select More Tools Developer Tools.
- On Windows: Press Ctrl+Shift+J.
- On Mac: Ctrl+Option+J.
- Click the three dots menu (More options) and then select More tools > Recorder.
- Click the Start New Recording button. The browser will display the Start a New Recording pane.
- In the Recording Name field, enter a name for your recording.
- At the bottom of the page, click the Start a New Recording button.
- Record your login session and click the End Recording button to stop the recording.
To add post-login check:
- Select the three dots against the last step and then click Add Step After.
- Expand the new step.
- Click a small icon against selectors and then select an element in the page to update selector (see screenshot below).
- Log out.
- At the top of the developer tools pane, click the Replay button. If the record cannot be replayed, repeat steps 4-5 until the record is replayed successfully.
- Select Export as a JSON file and save the record on your PC.
If you use the Incognito mode in Chrome to make the recording and have more than 1 Incognito windows running, clicking the logout is not enough to clean the credentials. Additionally, you will need to close all the Incognito windows.
Before following the instructions below, ensure that your application and authenticated resources are accessible to the Bright engine, either directly from the Internet or via the Repeater.
This topic describes only how to fill in fields specific for recorded browser-based form authentication (the Setup tab). For general steps, see Creating Authentication.
From the Authentication type drop-down list, select Recorded Browser-Based Form Authentication. The Upload Recorded File (Json) link will appear at the bottom of the dialog window.
Click the Upload Recorded File (Json) link and upload the recording.
Bright allows testing a scan before saving it. For details, see the Testing Authentication.
Updated 3 months ago