How to get the SSL cert (pem format) from Minemeld (On Unbuntu)

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L1 Bithead

How to get the SSL cert (pem format) from Minemeld (On Unbuntu)

 

 

Hi Guys,

 

I would like to import MM cert into Qradar in order to consume feed from MM. where i can get the SSL cert?

L5 Sessionator

Re: How to get the SSL cert (pem format) from Minemeld (On Unbuntu)

Hi @Woranon,

 

they are in /etc/nginx

 

[ubuntu@localhost nginx]$ ls /etc/nginx/minemeld.*
/etc/nginx/minemeld.cer  /etc/nginx/minemeld.pem

I recommend you to issue valid certificates instead of trusting the self-signed ones. More info at How to Generate New MineMeld HTTPS Cert

L1 Bithead

Re: How to get the SSL cert (pem format) from Minemeld (On Unbuntu)

@xhoms

 

For my case, I have SIEM (Qradar Threat Intel app) and try to get the feed from Minemeld which providing the output node in  STIX/TAXII format. As I understand, I need to have the Minemeld cert for TAXII server.  Please correct me if im wrong.

 

I follow this article "https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/MineMeld-Articles/Integrating-MineMeld-with-IBM-QRadar/ta-p/143...

L5 Sessionator

Re: How to get the SSL cert (pem format) from Minemeld (On Unbuntu)

@Woranon,

 

are you using "MineMeld Community edition" or "Autofocus Hosted MineMeld"? In the second case, you just need to import the GoDaddy certificate described in the article you mentioned.

 

In the second case, you must issue a new valid certificate for MineMeld (you can't use the self-signed default one) and import the CA used into QRADAR's trusted CA list. The article I shared with you describes how to replace default self-signed certificates with valid ones.

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