Key & Certificate Renewal
The information in this section contains technical details regarding secure connections between J.P. Morgan and our clients. It is designed to be used by technical teams within your organization.
We routinely update our keys and certificates for server-based file transmissions on the J.P. Morgan Managed File Transfer Services (MFTS) platform.
J.P. Morgan is upgrading SSH/SSL keys and certificates in 2022. Clients that utilize these security protocols to connect with us need to update their servers by the end of July 2022. If you are still utilizing outdated keys and/or certificates, your server may be able to auto-update once the current keys expire. In this case, when you access your account, you will see a prompt that you will need to accept to confirm the update.
Some servers will not be able to auto-update. In those cases, manually downloading the new keys from your jpmc_public folder will be required, and you will be unable to successfully transmit files to or from J.P. Morgan until you make the required updates.
All users, regardless of which case, can download the keys from their folder today.
You Should Know
Ensure you are using the current key when sending encrypted files or receiving digitally signed files.
Please review the following key renewals and requirements:
Please test your file transfer applications in the MFTS client acceptance testing environment, which is currently configured with the upgraded infrastructure. Refer to the Testing Instructions page for additional information and testing details.