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Status & Maintenance

This topic describes the availability and planned maintenance of ABN AMRO API products.

Planned maintenance


Sandbox Security update

We have executed a security update on the Sandbox environments and this requires action on your part. Here is what changed for the Sandbox:

New Sandbox Access URLs:

New TLS URL: https://auth-sandbox.abnamro.com
(Replaces https://auth-sandbox.connect.abnamro.com)

New mTLS URL: https://auth-mtls-sandbox.abnamro.com
(Replaces https://auth-sandbox.connect.abnamro.com:8443)

The new URLs are protected with an Entrust CA-signed certificate.

Steps to take:

To make use of the API Sandbox environment, you must:

  • Adjust the URL in your application(s)
  • Trust the Entrust CA Certificate

Certificate renewal announcement

ABN AMRO will change to a different certificate issuer (CA). Our new certificates will have a different CA from the current ones. Normally, this would not warrant any action on your part, however, on this occasion action may be required as the chain of trust for our certificates will change.

The certificates are updated from 11:00-12:00 am CET on the 7th of December 2021 for Sandbox (api-sandbox.abnamro.com), and on the 12th of January for Production (api.abnamro.com).

Steps to take:

To prevent any outage, we advise all customers to:

Sandbox:

  • Trust the Root CA below before December 7th in addition to the current Root CA: ‘DigiCert Global Root CA’
  • After December 7th, untrust ‘DigiCert Global Root CA’ for the endpoint once the new certificate is installed

Production:

  • Trust the Root CA below as soon as possible (and before January 12th), in addition to the current Root CA: ‘DigiCert Global Root CA’
  • Test your application in the Sandbox environment
  • After January 12th, untrust ‘DigiCert Global Root CA’ for the endpoint once the new certificate is installed

The trust will be as follows:

  • Root CA: Entrust Root Certification Authority - G2
  • Intermediate: Entrust Certification Authority - L1M
  • Both the Root and Chain Certificates are listed here
  • The chain certificate we’ll use is ‘(EV SSL) CA - L1M’

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