These are the SecureAuth CA Public Certificates to use for the SecureAuth IdP appliance, workstations, VPN integrations, and more. Download the necessary certificates here to apply to the required configuration.
In June 2015, SecureAuth moved its cloud services from a SHA-1 environment to SHA2-512. SecureAuth IdP 8.1+ appliances have the appropriate SHA2 information configured out-of-the-box, and appliances pre-8.1 can utilize the Appliance Certificate Renewal Utility (ACRU) to update the Operating System (OS) to support the SHA2 infrastructure. For pre-8.1 appliances, SecureAuth strongly recommends that customers upgrade their appliances to utilize the SHA2 services as soon as possible (more information).
Customers that use the SecureAuth Personal Certificates for VPN or Gateway device authentication can now use the standard SHA2-512 ECDSA or SHA2-384 RSA personal certificates. Contact SecureAuth support for more information regarding configuration changes needed for SHA2-384 RSA personal certificates.
Be sure to update the CA Certificates with the SHA2 hashed SSL certificates on the required resources (VPN, workstation, etc.) before running ACRU