Fix not publicly-trusted certificate on gpcloudservice API

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Fix not publicly-trusted certificate on gpcloudservice API

It seems recently there has been change on the "gpcloudservice.com" API recently.

 

Before the change this service was using a publicly-trusted certificate (not sure if Google, Digicert,...) but I just found out right now the site is using a Palo Alto not publicly-trusted certificate, which makes things break if you enforce the "verify=True" on requests, for example. Check it out here: https://api.gpcloudservice.com/getPrismaAccessIP/v2

 

Not cool for sure. This change would only do that many people sets the verify=False, which brings down security.

 

Can this be fixed please?

 

 

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