SMC certificate expiration on July 04, 2022, update your SMC !
Update is not possible? See the SMC not functionnal after the 4th of July 2022 article on the KB (authentication required).
Going to your MyStormshield personal area
You need to go to your MyStormshield personal area in order to download the 3.2.2 version of Stormshield Management Center:
- Log in to MyStormshield with your login and password.
- In the panel on the left, select the Downloads section.
- In the panel on the right, select the relevant product and version.
- Download the files build.sha256sum, build.sha256sum.sign and smc-sign.crt as well if you wish to check the integrity of binary files.
Checking the integrity of binary files
Enter one of the following commands to check the integrity of Stormshield Management Center binary files:
Linux operating system:
sha256sum -c build.sha256sum
In PowerShell on a Windows operating system:
Enter cat build.sha256sum. The command will return the hashes and associated files.
To compare a file’s hash, copy it and enter (Get-FileHash my-file.ext -A SHA256).Hash -eq "hash".
Verifying the signature of the build.sha256sum file
The build.sha256sum.sign file is the signature of the build.sha256sum file. Verifying it will guarantee that build.sha256sum has not been modified.
OpenSSL is required to verify the file’s signature.
If you need to install OpenSSL in Microsoft Windows, use the widget tool and the PowerShell command below:
> winget install ShiningLight.OpenSSL
Next, run the "Win64 OpenSSL Command Prompt” program.
To verify the signature in Linux and Windows operating systems:
Use the certificate smc-sign.crt:
openssl x509 -in smc-sign.crt -pubkey -noout -out smc-sign.pem
openssl dgst -sha256 -verify smc-sign.pem -signature build.sha256sum.sign build.sha256sum
If you want to verify whether the certificate was indeed issued by the SMC certification authority, use the command:
openssl verify -CAfile Stormshield.Management.Center.2.pem smc-sign.crt