"B18D9D195669BA0F7829517566C25F422A277104" should be:
"D29F6C98BEFC6D986521543EE8BE56CEBC288CF3" should be:
Subject Common Name (CN) - Organization (O) TC TrustCenter for Security in Data Networks GmbH Organizational Unit (OU) TC TrustCenter Class 4 CA Issuer Common Name (CN) - Organization (O) TC TrustCenter for Security in Data Networks GmbH Organizational Unit (OU) TC TrustCenter Class 4 CA
It is expired on Jan/01/2011.
I hope this helps to identify the entries.
thanks for your quick reply. I've deleted the corresponding URIs on the list of known CAs ... we'll see tomorrow if the warnings have been gone.
Is there a certain link or site on the Internet that identifies the hash values ?
I had the same issue before.
Deleting some of the expired certificates solved the issue.
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I am not aware of a current list where you can explicitly search. Most lists only list the Subject and Issuer CN etc, and you need to have a look into the details to see the SHA1 fingerprint. Luckily I have currently been working on this topic and we started to build up our own Certificate Storage, which also has the SHA1 fingerprint in a separate column of the database. Unfortunately this is availble internally only, so I cannot share.
The good thing is that - with one of the next upcoming builds - you will be able to connect your MWG with this database, which means that we take care for maintaining the certificate storage. This means there is no longer need for you to manually take care of maintaining CRLs, CAs, remove expired CAs, etc.
I hope that helps.
well thats good news, so we are looking forward to the next upcoming builds
By the way, all the warnings from my first posting have been gone.
Thanks a lot for your help
that sounds good. Thank you for your feedback, it is always appreciated :-)
If you find the chance, do you mind setting the thread to "answered"? There should be a button somewhere to do so.
We´re having the same problem. In all our 8 appliances appears the warning saying "1 of the recently updated CRLs for the certificate chain filter can not be loaded (Origin: Certificate chain filter)"
If I´m not wrong I should delete the expired CA but I can´t find where should I delete it
I know this is an old and solved post but I would apreciate If you can guide me to remove this warning and be able to get a full green dashboard
To delete CAs you need to go to Policy -> Lists -> Certificate Authority. The lists here contain the CAs which are updated. In case you know which one to delete, just remove it from the list. In case you do not know which causes the error. the update.log should give an identifier which I can use to determine which CA is giving the errors. Please let me know the identifier in that case and I will look it up.