Hi, I have enabled SSL decryption (forward proxy) on our PA-3020 firewall. The certificate is generated from our CSR and is installed on our PA-3020. I have set up a separate forward trust and forward untrust certificate. The forward trust certificate has been distributed via windows group policy and resides in the 'intermediate' and 'trusted' cert authorities within windows. I can confirm that the SSL decryption appears to have been set up correctly as demonstrated in the screenshots provided. when accessing 'bbc.com' through the Microsoft EDGE browser I am getting a trusted cert from the PA-3020. When accessing 'badssl.com' in Microsoft EDGE i am getting the correct untrusted certificate from the PA-3020. However, when using Google chrome I am getting an error about weak encryption on the firewall. It states that I am using a weak encryption algorithm. When creating the cert on the PA-3020 I used an RSA algorithm (2048 bits) and a SHA256 digest. Can you advise why the PA-3020 certificate is not working on google chrome?
I have blocked ‘quic’ on the firewall for my test user. This still allowed traffic to work using Google Chrome. However, when I enabled SSL decryption I received the same error in Chrome - NET::ERR_CERT_WEAK_SIGNATURE_ALGORITHM.
This could actually be due to Chrome supporting TLS 1.3 and the PAN-OS version you are running not knowing to get out of the way and not attempt to decrypt the traffic. This was either added for PAN-OS 8.0 in 8.0.14 or 8.0.16, I can't recall exactly which one. I would upgrade your firewall to 8.0.19 and see if the issue persists.
FYI, PAN-OS 8 goes EOL on Oct 31st, I would start planning your upgrade to 8.1.
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