Hi we have used minemeld for some monthes and i figured out that i want to tighten the security even more.
The question that then arose was the posibility to generate an api key or an user based authentication for my output indicators
I don't know or think it matters but we run minemeld in two datacenters with mirroring and global loadbalancing.
The servers are placed in one of our DMZ Zones.
We have agents on our internal network that pulls the feeds from ether node x or y in DMZ (active active)
And it is this string i want to have tighter security on.
Feed map if it matters
I see below errors in log
Server certificate authentication failed for EDL name<TEST-PASS> ip/fqdn<https://abc.com/feeds/TEST-HC-PASS> Common name of
the server certificate <abc.com> reason(26)<unsupported certificate purpose>
2018-02-14 04:00:29.351 -0800 Error: ebl_fetch_url_from_remote_libcurl(pan_cfg_ebl.c:1783): curl_easy_perform failed, Err(60):Peer certificate cannot be authenticated with given CA certificates
2018-02-14 04:00:29.352 -0800 Error: ebl_fetch_url_from_remote_libcurl(pan_cfg_ebl.c:1865): EDL entry(0x1d24000, 0xf0b3400, 0x30fe5600 vsys1/TEST-PASS, 1, 1 ip) Cert validation failed for EDL name:TEST-HC-PASS
you might have forgotten to add the SAN section in the certificate (HostName) to have the same value as the CN. Almost all SSL Client libraries (PANOS EDL client between them) validate the DNS hostname against the SAN section instead of the CN.
(as per RFC 6125, published in '2011 the validator must check SAN first, and if SAN exists, then CN should not be checked)
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