I am trying to get inbound SSL decryption for our web server. I imported our web server's SSL certificate with private key to the Palo. It shows "Valid" and the "private key" checkbox is checked.
But the log shows it is not getting decrypted, and I'm seeing the session end "decrypt-unsupport-param" .
The certificate is signed by a CA, 2048-bit, SHA256
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According to the documetnation, here is what it means:
The session used an unsupported protocol version, cipher, or SSH algorithm. This session end reason is also displayed when the session produced a fatal error alert of type unsupported_extension, unexpected_message, or handshake_failure.
I however do not know howto resolve it. I'm sure a ticket into TAC could be a quicker answer?
Hope this helps.
please take a look at "objects > decryption profile" and here the default profil or the your own configured profile. Take the tab "SSL-Decryption " and then "SSL Protocol Settings". Now you can choose the Protocol Version, Key Exchange Algorithms, Encryption Algorithms and Authentication Algorithms. Hope this helps.
Ok, I checked the decryption profile, and the default already has every option checked. Seems to be some other issue then
It's a basic certificate aquired from Digicert.com. When I look at the certificate itself, it says its RSA SHA256, 2048-bit. But I don't see where it says the encryption algorithm, though (like AES-128CBC or AES-256GCM). I will ask the CA vendor
please check that the digicert-certificate is among the certificate authorities. this is necessary for trusted relationship and this to decrypt.
take a look on the picture i think it is the DHE or ECDHE. Both are support but not for the inbound direction. Just for SSL Forward Proxy.
Both algorithms (DHE and ECDHE) are only support for SSL Forward Proxy. Not for inbound direction. Take a look at the photo.
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