In a previous blog on Object Identifiers (OID) in PKI, I mentioned creating a certificate template for Remote Desktop Connection (RDP).  In this blog, I will show how to create the template, why the OID and extensions are important, and how to implement it and remove self-signed certificate warnings from RDP connections.  Important Note Prior…

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When the next iOS and macOS major update arrives this fall to iPhones, iPads and Macs there will be changes that impact environments with TLS certificates not current with standards. Certificates with key lengths shorter than 2048, those signed with a SHA1 algorithm, and certificates without the DNS name in the subject alternative name (SAN)…

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A common question asked in our classes when we cover object identifiers (OIDs) is if there is a list of all the OIDs in a PKI environment. An object identifier is a string of decimal numbers that uniquely identifies an object. Since it isn’t a quick answer, I created this post to go a little…

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