05-25-2023 03:18 AM
We have configured SAML on our portal and gateway. By default Microsoft generates a self signed certificate that is valid for 3 years for every Enterprise application you create.
Is this secure enough to use the default self signed one and not validate it on my gateway/portal leave the check unmarked.
According to this article it should be save if you are running the correct version of Panos.
Securing your SAML Deployments - Knowledge Base - Palo Alto Networks
CVE-2020-2021 PAN-OS: Authentication Bypass in SAML Authentication (paloaltonetworks.com)
We could generate a certificate from our Internal PKI and upload this in Azure.
What is the best pratice aroudn this.
05-25-2023 03:39 PM
Hi there.. I think with today's modern PANOS, this not going to be an issue. We routinely do SAML cert setups in our PS organization and the Validate Cert is always disabled.
Hope this helps.
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