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Replace Symantec SSL/TLS Certificates - Firefox Example (Doc ID 2457525.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 24, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle API Platform Cloud Service
Blockchain Platform Cloud Service
Content and Experience Cloud
Autonomous Data Integration Platform Cloud
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure DNS
All Platforms

Purpose

This knowledge article reflects updated product names. Oracle Integration (OIC) was formerly known as Autonomous Oracle Integration Cloud (AOIC, A-OIC, AIC, OAIC,OIC, OAC). Please see KM document for the full list of recently renamed PaaS services.
This knowledge article reflects updated product names. Oracle Blockchain Platform Cloud Service (OBPCS) was formerly known as Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service (ABCS). Please refer to "Name Change for PaaS services during Jan 2019 " for the full list of recently renamed PaaS services.

This MOS article provides technical instructions for the installation and configuration of the SSL/TLS certificates required for accessing your Oracle Cloud systems. 

You need the platform certificates which are installed on the Oracle server so that your integration server can send the information to Oracle. 

Customers may be presented with a security screen on a given browser (and inability to engage an https connection) if the proper SSL/TLS certificate is not installed. 

Scope

Any systems using Symantec, Thawte, GeoTrust, and RapidSSL

Any system using Google via Chrome 70 (starting on October 16, 2018) and Mozilla via Firefox 63 (starting on October 23, 2018).

These browsers will not utilize/recognize certificates issued by Symantec (which were used until November 30, 2017, after which Oracle made use of DigiCert) after these dates.

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