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rhudak [Helpful Links]
public:generating_a_certificate [2020/08/11 17:22] (current)
rhudak [Adding Your New Certificate to Your Local Machine]
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 ====== Generating and Applying a Certificate for Your Sophos ====== ====== Generating and Applying a Certificate for Your Sophos ======
 When using the Sophos on your computer you are likely to receive a warning "This website is unsafe" or "Your connection is not private". These problems occur due to the certificates not being trusted on your web browser or computer. The certificates are used to protect server-client communication. The Sophos firewalls (XG210 and XG125) come with a Default and a SSL CA certificate. The SSL CA certificate is used ONLY when using the HTTPS Deep Scan Inspection feature. In general, this feature is NOT recommended for use on the ships.   When using the Sophos on your computer you are likely to receive a warning "This website is unsafe" or "Your connection is not private". These problems occur due to the certificates not being trusted on your web browser or computer. The certificates are used to protect server-client communication. The Sophos firewalls (XG210 and XG125) come with a Default and a SSL CA certificate. The SSL CA certificate is used ONLY when using the HTTPS Deep Scan Inspection feature. In general, this feature is NOT recommended for use on the ships.  
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 ===== Generation of the Certificate ===== ===== Generation of the Certificate =====
 1) Go to **Certificates** -> **Certificates** and Click **Add**, then select **Generate Self-signed Certificates** 1) Go to **Certificates** -> **Certificates** and Click **Add**, then select **Generate Self-signed Certificates**
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-===== Adding Your New Certificate to Your Local Machine =====+===== Adding Your New (Or NOT new) Certificate to Your Local Machine =====
 ====Windows 10 computer==== ====Windows 10 computer====
 1) Take the generated self-signed certificate that was downloaded (step 7 above) and unzip the tar file 1) Take the generated self-signed certificate that was downloaded (step 7 above) and unzip the tar file
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