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Recommended Certificate Authority

Ike@ACE
13-Aquamarine

Recommended Certificate Authority

Is there a Certificate Authority (CA) that PTC recommends? We're looking for a software suite type of certifier. Something we pay for so that we can certify multiple domains.

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Hi Ike@ACE ,

We do not recommend a specific CA.

However, looking at my past experience, you should probably use a Public CA that is embedded in the current browsers trust store and in Java JRE truststore (eg: Coretto's distro) at the same time, with the mention that it should be at least in the JRE's trust store at least.

You can typically add a new CA via your company internal software distribution mechanisms, but on the cloud side it is not always guaranteed that Cloud providers will add a new CA if not already there.

 

BR

 

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VladimirN
24-Ruby II
(To:Ike@ACE)

Quote: "PTC products do not provide, manage, or rotate certificates for customers" - https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article/cs330290 

 

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Hi Ike@ACE ,

We do not recommend a specific CA.

However, looking at my past experience, you should probably use a Public CA that is embedded in the current browsers trust store and in Java JRE truststore (eg: Coretto's distro) at the same time, with the mention that it should be at least in the JRE's trust store at least.

You can typically add a new CA via your company internal software distribution mechanisms, but on the cloud side it is not always guaranteed that Cloud providers will add a new CA if not already there.

 

BR

 

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