Some certificate providers also offer to sell an intermediate certificate authority to use in a company Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). Using such a certificate authority for HTTPS inspection is not allowed. While it is possible to do this, you would be breaking the terms of your contract with the certificate provider.
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- Can I buy a Certificate Authority from a third party and use that on the Smoothwall for HTTPS inspection?
- Setting up Firefox to Ensure It's Filtering the Search Terms Set in Guardian
- Resolving Certificate Errors When Browsing Secure (HTTPS) Websites
- Resolving OpenVPN® MD5 certificate problems
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- The Smoothwall Certificate Authority has expired. How do I regenerate a new one?
- The Smoothwall dummies guide to certificates
- Why is the installation of the Smoothwall self-signed certificate authority recommended/needed on client devices?
- Why does Google's Chrome Browser on iOS shows Certificate errors?