WhiteLabel Service Configuration: Essential Steps for a Seamless Experience

Created by Juan Manuel Libera Frómeta, Modified on Sun, 29 Jan 2023 at 02:26 PM by Juan Manuel Libera Frómeta

White Label is a white label, meaning a product or service is sold without its brand, and the seller's brand is added to it. It's like someone buying a white shirt and putting their brand on it to sell it as their own. That's how it works with digital products as well. A company can buy a ready-made product or service and add its branding instead of the original branding to sell it as its own.
Our company InsecureWeb offers this service to your satisfaction. Here are the steps you need to follow to set it up correctly in your environment.

Step 1 You must first access your profile and then select the Whitelabel option.

Step 2 Configure your SMTP server to send email notifications to your users.

Mail Server Host | SMTP server host, for instance, smtp.example.com.

Mail Server Username | Login user of the SMTP server.

Mail Server Password | Login user of the SMTP server.

Sender address | Address from which emails are sent.

Mail Server Port | SMTP server port.

Encryption type | Select the encryption type.

Step 3 Additional email addresses to be notified when breaches are found 

On new breaches will notify you via this email. Please enter an email list separated by a comma.

Step 4 Create a CNAME record in your DNS and point it to. for example (subdomain.yourdomain.com)

Step 5 Use your own branding.

In this section of the settings, you can enter the name of your company that will be displayed to your users in the application and notifications. 

Change the following logos for authentication, navbar, Email logo and Favicon on the Website.

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