The first thing you need to do is to find every installation of all certificates that chain up to Symantec. This means you’ll need to locate certificates from dozens of Certificate Authorities (CAs). And since one certificate can be installed in multiple locations, you’ll need to make sure you can find each installation in order to take action.
Venafi Cloud provides you with a comprehensive Symantec certificate list and the installation location for certificates from subordinate CAs that chains up to a Symantec root certificate.
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Next to each certificate, you’ll notice a tab titled Installations which includes the IP address(es) where we discovered the certificate so that you know exactly where your risky certificates are making it much easier to replace them.
Hint: If you haven’t done so already, click Add/Remove Domains and Add Network to scan all your external and internal certificates enterprise wide.
Google has published a timeline that determines when Symantec certificates will no longer be considered secure. You will need to replace all affected certificates before the deadlines to keep your organization’s websites trusted status with Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox.
Depending on how many impacted certificates you’ve found, there are several ways you can request and replace certificates.
Configure Venafi Cloud in minutes and start requesting new certificates immediately.
Consult Help documentation in Venafi Cloud.
Get replacement certificates quickly with our vCert utility. The vCert utility can be easily used in scripts to automate the replacement process.
No matter which replacement method you choose, we are here to help you prepare for these critical security changes. We make it easy to find and replace any impacted certificates before the deadlines so you can keep your websites secure and avoid lost revenue, users being denied website access and the associated brand damage. Don’t be caught unaware, find and replace your Symantec certificates today with Venafi Cloud.