Upload certificates manually to get the details of the certificate installed on your server without scanning the network.
Certificates uploaded manually has only primary details of the certificate and do not provide any information associated with certificate vulnerabilities.
In your CertCentral account, in the left main menu, go to Discovery > Manage Discovery.
On the Manage scans page, in the More actions dropdown, click Upload certificates.
Select the Division from the dropdown list you want to associate your certificate with.
Select an appropriate method to upload your certificates.
Bulk upload in CSV file
To import a CSV file containing a list of IP/FQDN, port, and TLS/SSL certificate, click Import from CSV.
Single certificate upload
Enter the IP/FQDN, port, and TLS/SSL certificate and click Upload.
To view the details of the certificate that were manually uploaded:
To view the endpoints associated with the common name, click View endpoints on the certificate details page.
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