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Regenerate the SecurityCenter SSL Certificate

The self-signed certificate created by SecurityCenter when the application is installed is valid for two years. After the certificate expires, you must regenerate the SSL certificate. To regenerate the certificate, on the SecurityCenter server, perform the following procedure as a root user.

Steps

  1. On the command line, type /opt/sc/support/bin/php /opt/sc/src/tools/installSSLCertificate.php.

    Example:

    # /opt/sc/support/bin/php /opt/sc/src/tools/installSSLCertificate.php

    /opt/sc/src/tools/installSSLCertificate.php: This script generates a self-signed SSL certificate, which is not recommended for production.

    The new certificate is created.

  2. Restart the SecurityCenter service by typing service SecurityCenter restart.

    The service restarts, and SecurityCenter uses the new certificate.

Optional Arguments

The following table lists the arguments you can use with the installSSLCertificate script.

Argument Description
-q Suppresses the This script generates a self-signed SSL certificate, which is not recommended for production warning.
-h <IP|host name> Specifies an IP address or host name that will be used as the Common Name for the certificate.

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