You are maintaining a Java web service that has been deployed into AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and want to enable HTTPS support.

Select the correct statements.

(Select all acceptable answers.)

Apache Tomcat is the only platform in Elastic Beanstalk that supports SSL.
AWS Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) as an intermediate service allows SSL for the external connections and SSL termination for the ELB instance.
An SSL certificate named domain_name.crt should be added to the root directory of the project.
HTTPS can be enabled by adding a configuration into .ebextensions.
Disabling the public IP in the instance network settings forces the usage of HTTPS over HTTP.
   

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AWS Elastic Beanstalk HTTPS Public
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