How to remove DigiNotar CA SSL Root Authority

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mhuels
L3 Networker

How to remove DigiNotar CA SSL Root Authority

i do not find a hint how to remove any SSL Root Authority in my PAN. How can i announce me the trusted SSL Authorities? Is it possible to remove a single CA like "DigiNotar  Root CA".

mfg

Manfred

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lardsa
Not applicable

+1 !

migration
L0 Member

Ditto...

ktodi
L1 Bithead

I would like to know too!

camkim_MDEA
Not applicable

I wouldn't expect the PAN to have a list of authorized certificate authorities on the device.

This should be updated by each browser and host O/S.

ktodi
L1 Bithead

The PAN needs to know what certificates to trust and which not to trust in order to determine when to present the trust cert to a client or the untrust cert to the client for SSL decryption. The PAN device must have an untrust and a trust list on device to do this. 

camkim_MDEA
Not applicable

Ah, learn something new every day.

They realeased update 265 to alert on certs with the DigiNotar Root Authority, but its not clear if that removes from the device as well or if a different update is required for the device.

bpappas
L6 Presenter

@camkim:

please note this information included in the release notes for this emergency content update:

"In addition, for users of SSL decryption, the new release removes DigiNotar from the device's trusted CA list"

I advise all users to read the release notes for each release of content and PAN-OS so that you know what has been addressed by each update you apply to your device(s).

Thanks,

Benjamin

lardsa
Not applicable

My 2 cents is that PA should let us list & manage root CAs from GUI.

mhuels
L3 Networker

I advise all users to read the release notes for each release of content and PAN-OS so that you know what has been addressed by each update you apply to your device(s).

Thanks,

Benjamin

Hi Benjamin,

is it a secret, where to find the trusted certificate store on a palo alto system? Why don't you tell the customers simply the method to control the certificate store by themselves?

kindly regards

Manfred

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