ssl decryption and temp cert management

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ssl decryption and temp cert management

L4 Transporter

Hi

 

I ran into an issue with the decryption cert being provide by my PA it had expired.

 

it was 30 days in. I believe this is an issue with the date time comparision and timezones as it has fixed itself today.

 

How do i find / look at these temp certs via the cli

how can i delete / renew or purge them from the cli 

 

 

 

A

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Renew:

request certificate renew certificate-name <value> days-till-expiry <1-7300>

Revoke:

request certificate revoke certificate-name <value>

Show:

configure
show shared certificate-profile <name>

Show the expiration dates of all certs on the firewall:

set cli config-output-format set
configure
show shared certificate | match not-valid-after

 

In the CLI you can use this command to find other commands:

find command keyword <value>

 

These are not the certs created by the ssl proxy 

 

 

Should add my Support Engineer basically said you can't see them.

 

@Alex_Samad

Ups ... I (completely) misunderstood something here 😛

... in this case the possible commands you can find here: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Configuration-Articles/How-to-View-SSL-Decryption-Information-f...

With this command you can show at least some of the information that you asked for:

show system setting ssl-decrypt certificate-cache

 

And yes, a certificate managment isn't really possible with these dynamically created certs.

Or also always a good start to find TLS decryption informations: https://live.paloaltonetworks.com/t5/Management-Articles/SSL-decryption-resource-list/ta-p/70397

thats strange

I do this

show system setting ssl-decrypt certificate-cache | match flynumber

 

 

I know flynumber is in there , but this comes back with nothing 

 

 

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