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Info: How to scan for a keystore that does not have the right extension

Summary:

In some cases keystore files will not contains the proper file extension.  For example, a Java key store file may not always have a .jks or .jck extension.  This article explains how to how to scan for keystore files that do not have their proper extensions.

 

More info:

To configure agent to scan these files the agent follow these steps:

  • Configure your operating system.  In this case, we have an agent installed on IBM sun AIX servers. 
  • Configure the database type to be scanned.  Because we don't have an extension on the file, telling us what type of keystore it is, we need to tell it a type.
  • Configure the full path to the keystore needing to be scanned, including the filename.

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You will need to add an entry, as per the above instructions for each keystore that does not have the right extension.  The end result would probably look like this:

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