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Create a webhook in Bitbucket Server and skip certificate validation

We want to use the BitBucket Server webhook functionality without using SSL Certificate. The Cloud version does have the Skip certificate verification option but not the Server version, blocking us from triggering our webhook to our other Intranet application.

Is there a way to deactivate this function?

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rikf Atlassian Team May 17, 2018

Hi Gabriel, If you do not wish to use an SSL certificate you can simply specify a "http" protocol type in the URL input of the webhook form.

i.e. you would specify instead of

What if the site only works on https and not on http in that case how can we skip the ssl certificate?

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I agree that specifying http protocol isn't always possible

I have similar use case, internal site's end point supports only https. Is there any solution to this problem? Is it possible to use REST API call to disable the ssl verification.

+1 Similar issue what Md Shoaib mentions

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