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Verifying Cato Root CA Certificate

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Not sure whether you have correctly configured TLS Inspection? 

The easiest way to verify the presence of the Cato Root CA certificate, and the correct configuration of TLS Inspection feature is to look with your browser.

For Firefox users:

Browse to a secure website that isn’t exempt from inspection. Open the security information box in FireFox by clicking the green padlock icon on the left end of the address bar, then click the > icon.

The extended security tab should show “Verified by: Cato Networks server” and the name of the PoP.

 

 

For Chrome Users:

Browse to a secure website that isn’t exempt from inspection. Open the security console In Chrome with the F12 key. Look for the Security tab.

If you don’t see it, try the  button for additional tabs. On the Security tab, check that the page is secured by “Cato Networks server” along with the name of the PoP you are connected through.

For Internet Explorer users:

Browse to a secure website that isn’t exempt from inspection. Click the padlock on the right edge of the address bar. This will immediately show if Cato Networks is securing the page.

 

For more details, click the link “View certificates”.

For Edge users:

Browse to a secure website that isn’t exempt from inspection. Click the padlock on the right edge of the address bar. This will immediately show if Cato Networks is securing the page.

Unfortunately Edge does mot provide a way to view the certificate.

 

 

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