Barracuda Certificate Check
If you see a red 'yes' in the table, follow the instructions below to find and remove the deprecated certificate from your computer.
|Common Name||Certificate Properies||Browser Trusts|
Subject: C=US, ST=California, L=Campbell, O=Default, OU=IT, CN=Default CA
Serial Number: 00 ef a5 a9 b3 26 14 45 b0
Expiry: Mar 10 22:48:07 2023 GMT
SHA1 Fingerprint: B5:B9:7C:95:4A:18:09:49:21:E5:77:4D:4C:9A:9D:F5:B0:8C:42:A1
MD5 Fingerprint: 45:2A:EC:9B:99:52:14:B0:96:F2:A2:CD:2A:F0:E0:0E
Subject: C=US, ST=California, L=Campbell, O=Default, OU=IT, CN=Default CA-7DE
Serial Number: 00 da 9b 74 0f 89 5b 43 d7
Expiry: Apr 8 19:47:16 2024 GMT
SHA1 Fingerprint: 79:83:17:00:61:1E:E5:F5:EC:3D:35:80:35:E2:DA:72:DD:20:E9:6C MD5 Fingerprint: 2C:0E:79:82:F8:04:A2:59:57:72:3D:50:48:8C:24:B9
Subject: Subject: C=US, ST=California, L=Campbell, O=Default, OU=IT, CN=Default CA-7DF
Serial Number: 00 ed 9c 20 ca 45 57 95 a3
Expiry: Sep 10 18:38:35 2024 GMT
SHA1 Fingerprint: E8:F0:60:16:D5:6A:6C:3A:CF:5D:32:1A:79:55:DD:15:B9:37:F8:0D
MD5 Fingerprint: C1:6E:28:4D:6C:F4:35:D3:66:21:C2:C4:74:08:3A:E3
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Why should I remove the deprecated certificates from my computer?
A: Starting with version 7.0, Barracuda Web Filters were distributed with one of a set of Default SSL Inspection Certificates built-in.
If you access the Internet via an organizational Barracuda Web Filter with SSL Inspection functionality enabled, then you or someone else may have installed one or more of the Default SSL Inspection Certificates on your computer. Having any of the deprecated certificates installed on your computer is a security risk and may allow for your encrypted Internet browsing traffic to be eavesdropped on.
From April 16, 2015, Barracuda Networks began a staged release of Barracuda Web Filter version 8.1.0.005 to eliminate the use of these deprecated certificates. The new version ensures all new deployments of the SSL Inspection feature use unique certificates. Customers who have enabled the SSL Inspection feature using the Barracuda Default SSL Inspection Certificate on Web Filter version 8.1.0.003 or earlier will need to deploy new client certificates to their users to continue using the SSL Inspection feature of the Barracuda Web Filter. Administrators are also encouraged, where possible, to delete the previously deployed deprecated certificates from the clients they manage.
If you suspect that at any time in the past you or someone else may have installed one of the deprecated certificates on your computer, you should check to see if you have any of them are installed.
Q: How can I tell if I have a deprecated certificate installed on my computer?
Visit Barracuda Certificate Check with each browser you use. This site can automatically detect which, if any, of the deprecated certificates are installed on your computer.
Because one or more of the deprecated certificates may be installed in one or more locations on your computer, to be thorough, you may need to visit the site from multiple different Web Browsers on your computer.
Q: Where do I need to check for the deprecated certificates?
A: This depends on what sort of computer you have.
Q: How can I remove the certificates from my computer?
A: This depends on the type of computer you have and the browsers you use. If you are a Windows user, follow the links below for browser specific instructions
Q: I've removed the deprecated certificates from my computer but this page says they are still trusted.
A: The browser cache may be interfering with the detection. Try restarting your browser and visiting the page again. If it continues to indicate that your browser trusts a certificate that you believe you have removed, please contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support at +1 408 342 5300.
Q: My computer/browser isn't listed above. What should I do?
A: To remove certificates from browsers not mentioned here, please consult the browser manufacturers documentation.