I am looking for Certificate Authority knowledge, and particularly at OS's built-in Certificate Authority list.
Of course Windows's built-in Certificate Authority and other closed source OS are probably established by there own company, but what about Open Source operating system ?
I am root administrators.I have few account cannot failed in audit scanning.
These accounts having same two affected nodes.
Obtain a new TLS/SSL server certificate that is NOT self-signed and install it on the server. The exact instructions for obtaining a new certificate depend on your organization's requirements.
EJBCA is an enterprise class PKI Certificate Authority built on JEE technology. It is a robust, high performance, platform independent, flexible, and component based CA to be used stand-alone or integrated in other JEE applications.
I had a windows 2003 domain controller fail. The power supply went and took averything with it. Luckily, I have 2 other domain controllers. The only sticking point is that the server that failed was the certificate authority. I do not plan on replacing the server. Do I need to have a certificate authority? What will happen if I don't replace it?
I would like to configure the AnyConnect client to only accept server certificate if it is from a specific certificate authority and not anything in the Windows/Linux trusted root store . Ideally, I'd like to "pin" the server certificate so that AnyConnect remembers the pubkey/thumbprint and only accepts this certificate until it expires or close to it.