• OmniCenter comes with a self-signed certificate. How do I get an officially-signed certificate to use with OmniCenter?

    OmniCenter ships with a built-in self-signed certificate for use with SSL/TLS in order to make secure communications with OmniCenter simple. The SHA-256 fingerprint for the built-in certificate is: A2:04:8E:FD:5B:8C:9F:46:04:12:5C:E0:A8:AD:D0:B3:CB:0D:B1:64:A0:6D:17:CF:02:CF:6A:C6:92:72:03:D2 If you wish to use a fully-signed certificate with OmniCenter, you can do so by following the the article How to Install…

  • Why does the login page for my OmniCenter say that the connection is not secure?

    Beginning with Firefox version 52, the login page will display this warning unless you are using HTTPS to access OmniCenter. You can use HTTPS to avoid this problem. However, by default OmniCenter ships with a self-signed certificate which will then cause a “Your connection is not secure” error when you…

  • What kind of security is built into OmniCenter?

    Netreo uses a security-in-depth, multi-layer approach to hardening and securing OmniCenter appliances. The OmniCenter appliance is hardened and secured in many ways. The OS runs a hardened version of the Linux kernel. All console and serial access to the server is password (or public/private key) protected, and user accounts are strictly…