Replacing the Default Splunk Web SSL Certificate

This post  goes over how to sign a SplunkWeb Certificate Signing Request (CSR) using my Root CA in pfSense. I do not cover creating the Root CA. Step 1: Create the directory for the certificates splunk@siem:~$ mkdir /opt/splunk/etc/auth/certs Step 2: Generate the private key and temporary password splunk@siem:~$ cd /opt/splunk/etc/auth/certs splunk@siem:~$ splunk cmd openssl genrsa … Read more Replacing the Default Splunk Web SSL Certificate

AutoFS with DHCP Classless Static Route Option

My FreeNAS server is a virtual machine (VM) on my Dell r710 server. I mount my NFS and CIFS Shares using AutoFS and configure my static routes to the NAS using the DHCP Server on my pfSense Appliance. AutoFS is software that uses the automounter of the Linux kernel to dynamically mount file systems on demand. … Read more AutoFS with DHCP Classless Static Route Option

Using OpenSSL and pfSense to sign a Subordinate Windows Enterprise Certificate Authority

Disclaimer: A Root CA trusted by Active Directory should not be trivialized. Make sure you know what you are doing when working with PKI. Take the time to study the technology before implementing it in production environments. There hasn’t been any extensive testing of this setup, so your mileage may vary. I have a pfSense Security Gateway … Read more Using OpenSSL and pfSense to sign a Subordinate Windows Enterprise Certificate Authority