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Certificates, can anybody help?
I have a cert syslog-ng.cert that ArcSight logger auto-generated and I want to import this on to the firewall as a "Certificate for Secure SYSLOG"
It imports OK as Base64 encoded PEM format, with the option to import a private key disabled (if I choose this I need to give a Key File or a Passphrase...which I don't have).
But once the valid cert is loaded I do not have the option to make it a "Certificate for Secure SYSLOG".
Something must be missing from syslog-ng.cert, Logger has openssl installed so if I could figure out the syntax to produce a key that the firewall will be happy to use for SYSLOG.
Thanks for looking.
Certificate for Secure Syslog—This certificate enables secure forwarding of syslogs to an external syslog server. ( it should not be a CA)
Syslogng must access end entity and CA certificates in order to negotiate SSL connections. All default, user imported or generated CA certs must be loaded into Syslogng’s CA directory.
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