On many servers, security settings and gaps are monitored. Here of the question what settings can be made in the itm or what information is there
The blog summarizes some information. It is however not complete
- SSL Certificate - Self-Signed Certificate
Security is enhanced by the use of the Global Security Toolkit (GSKit)
For SSL communications and the iKeyMan utility for security
Certificates. A default certificate and key is provided with your
Installation. If you prefer to have a self-signed certificate, use the
IKeyMan utilities to create and load the certificate and key database.
TO Stash file provides the database password for unattended operation.
Here's a DCF discussing how to solve the problem:
SSL V3 and 256 bit ciphers can be forced by setting the following GSKit
These environment variables should be set system wide on the host
operating system for the agent in question.
The strings "35," "2F" and "0A" is described here in the GSKit
01 = NULL MD5
02 = NULL SHA