This information helps you work with App Transport Security (ATS), which is a new set of security requirements for iOS 9.
Starting with iOS 9, Apple introduced App Transport Security, a set of requirements that conforms to best practices for secure connections. For more information, see NSAppTransportSecurity in Information Property List Key Reference.
For the Adobe Mobile SDK version 4.7 or later to work seamlessly with ATS, use the enable SSL option in the Manage App Settings page. For more information, see Manage App Settings or ADBMobile JSON Config.
In Adobe Mobile Services, by selecting the Use HTTPS option in the Manage App Settings page, all hits from Analytics, Audience Manager, Target, and Adobe Experience Platform Identity Services are sent via HTTPS.
As an alternative, you may place the following servers in your ‘allowed’ list:
|Analytics||To allow your Analytics server, add your tracking server domain to your info.plist file as an exception domain for ATS. The tracking server domain can be found in the Analytics section of the
|Audience Manager||Your Audience Manager domain is found in the server property of the audienceManager object in your
|Target||You can add your Target endpoint to your Info.plist file as an exception domain for ATS. To find your Target endpoint, find the
|Adobe Experience Platform Identity Service||You can add the Experience Cloud server as an exception domain for ATS in your
|Mobile Services: Acquisition||Allow the Acquisition server as an exception domain for ATS in your
|Mobile Services: In-App Messages||If you are using in-app messages, you might need to add entries into the exception domain for ATS for each URL you use that is not HTTPS. This list includes hosted images and any URL embedded into your custom full screen message HTML. For more detail on setting up exceptions domain in an
These considerations affect the connections that are made by the Adobe Mobile SDK and do not impact web view or other connections that are made by your app.