vSphere Hardening – G5 : Remove revoked SSL certificates from the ESXi server

Guideline ID : ESXi.remove-revoked-certificates

Vulnerability Discussion : By default, each ESXi host does not have CRL checking available. Revoked certificates must be checked and removed manually. These are typically custom generated certificates from a corporate certificate authority or 3rd party authority.

Risk Profile : 1, 23

Description : Leaving expired or revoked certificates or leaving vCenter Server installation logs for failed installation on your vCenter Server system can compromise your environment.

Removing expired or revoked certificates is required for the following reasons.

  • If expired or revoked certificates are not removed from the vCenter Server system, the environment

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vRealize Log Insight 3.3 : vSphere Integration

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This is my next blog in series of vRealize Log Insight. In my last blog I shared the way to use the Content pack in to your vRealize Log Insight Portal To Read the blog Click Here. Today we will  learn how to integrate your vSphere with your vRealize Log Insight .

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Procedure

1. Login to your vRealize Log Insight Portal . Click the configuration drop-down menu icon on the top right  and select Administration.

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2. Under Integration, click vSphere . Locate the vCenter Server instance from which you want to collect data, and select the Collect … Read The Rest ......

vRealize Log Insight 3: Deployment and Configuration : Step By Step


This is my another blog post of vRealize Suite series, In this series I am going to show you how to deploy vRealize Log Insight in an easy-to-follow step-by-step guide. Lets Start..

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Download:

First of all You will need to download vRealize software, from Vmware Software Manager or from your my.vmware.com account. If you have a Partner Central account you should also have access to time-limited evaluation license keys for most VMware products.2016-07-20_19-28-20

Step 1.  Login to your vSphere Web Client and Select your vCenter Server and Right click on your Cluster and select option “Deploy OVF Template”

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