We receive a below security alert for AIX servers:
IETF X.509 Certificate Signature Collision Vulnerability:
X.509 Certificates using the MD5 algorithm may be affected by a vulnerability that can weaken security.
Utilize an alternative hashing method to sign certificates (ex: SHA-256, SHA-512)
We have to close this issue, but don't know how can we fix this vulnerability. Any solution or clue are welcome. Thank you.
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Re: How to change the hashing method to sign X.509 certificates2013-08-22T07:26:36Z in response to tips_luo
hi, Tom,After We install the IBMCA,The same problem happened, and How did you fix this issue?remove mozilla firefox?Updated on 2013-08-22T07:32:50Z at 2013-08-22T07:32:50Z by bojinsz