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SSL Certificate management

The process for managing SSL certificates since the implementation of TLS 1.2 is so convoluted.

We need a replacement for certificates requests database

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  • Jul 24 2018
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    Guest commented
    24 Jul 14:04

    or better documentation for openssl process...

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    24 Jul 14:05

    that costed me 5 days to enable ssl on a server with kyrtools and openssl :) 

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    24 Jul 14:42

    Use LE4D by midpoints

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    24 Jul 21:33

    Since 901FP5 (approximately) you don't need OpenSSL or KYRTOOL.  Certca.ntf works with SHA2 and TLS1.2 same as it always did before as long as your server and Administrator are current.  Ignore the Technote - it's obsolete.

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    28 Jul 00:01

    Correction: csrv50.ntf, version 9.0 (10/31/2012)

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    30 Jul 07:39

    It's csrv50.ntf I'm talking about - Server Certificate Admin

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    16 Aug 22:46

    Maybe this request and this request (HTTPS/TLS: Handle standard .pfx/SSL Certs better/easier for SSL/TLS) should be combined?

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    28 Aug 23:45

    Oh, so true!

    Not to mention that the security tab of the Web Site config doc isn't used for anything but the cert file name. Even that new verison of the app is a bit clunky, with having to refresh, then do a form, then refresh, then import the signed certs, and nothing in the app says to install the top level, then mid level(s), and then server one. The app needs a workflow refresh. Also, all my certs are now in my kyrtool files, so I've just stuck with the more OS terminal of work.  I also think both this one and the TLS certs suggestion are linked.

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    10 Dec 12:35

    The server certificate admin database is still not supported for SHA-2 certificates as per https://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21903783

    If you create a SHA-2 certificate using the server certificate admin database, TLSv1.2 connections such as from Apple Devices and other browsers along with some SMTP servers will close the connection due to the fact that the server certificate admin database uses MD5 hashes.