Cookbook - SSL VPN w/ Certificate Auth (5.2)

Cookbook - SSL VPN w/ Certificate Auth (5.2)

In this video, you will configure an SSL VPN tunnel that requires users to authenticate with a certificate. The certificate, username, and password are used for two-factor authentication. When authorized users connect through the SSL VPN tunnel, the FortiGate checks the user certificate against its CA certificate. The user can then securely connect to the Internet and to resources on the Internal Network. This recipe requires that you have three certificates: • a Certificate Authority or CA certificate • a server certificated signed by the CA certificate • and a user certificate signed by the CA certificate The certificates used in this video were created using OpenSSL. Visit Fortinet's documentation library at http://docs.fortinet.com or our cookbook site at http://cookbook.fortinet.com. Best viewed in 1080p.

FortiGate Cookbook - SSL VPN for Remote Users (5.2)

FortiGate Cookbook - SSL VPN for Remote Users (5.2)

In this video, you will learn how to configure SSL VPN for a remote worker to connect to a FortiGate-protected network, and enforce your security policies. When the remote worker works at home, or on their travels, they can go to the web portal using any device with Internet access and FortiClient. The SSL VPN tunnel provides an encrypted communication path for them to connect to internal network connections and protected Internet access. Visit Fortinet's documentation library at http://docs.fortinet.com or our video portal at http://video.fortinet.com. Best viewed in 1080p.

Using Publicly Signed Certificates for SSL VPNs

Using Publicly Signed Certificates for SSL VPNs

This video shows how to purchase a publicly signed SSL certificate and install it for use with a FortiGate's SSL VPN.

FortiGate Cookbook – Self-Signed Certificates for SSL Inspection (5.2)

FortiGate Cookbook – Self-Signed Certificates for SSL Inspection (5.2)

In this video, you will learn how to prevent your users from getting security errors when you have full SSL inspection enabled. You will create a custom self-signed certificate with OpenSSL and then install it on your FortiGate. Unalike the FortiGate’s default certificate; this custom certificate will provide a chain of trust that allows network users to trust the FortiGate as a CA in its own right. Once the FortiGate is trusted, your users should not see any more certificate warnings. Note: This video uses OpenSSL Version 0.9.8h-1. Visit Fortinet's documentation library at http://docs.fortinet.com or our cookbook site at http://cookbook.fortinet.com. Best viewed in 1080p.

Digital Certificates: Chain of Trust

Digital Certificates: Chain of Trust

This video explains how an Certificate (such as an SSL type) is validated by a client. Concepts discussed are digital signatures, Root CA and Intermediate CA.

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