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I want to find and update the ca certs on the machine but I don't know their location.

They are not located under /etc/pki/tls/certs/ like for Linux machines

  • My Solaris knowledge is a bit rusty compared to my Linux skills but isn't the default location for CA certificates (if any) not very much dependant on the application's SSL/TLS implementation or the crypto library used? For instance wouldn't a Java application refer to a keystore rather than a directory with CA-certs in PEM format? – HBruijn Nov 10 '15 at 12:37
  • Some Linux distros use /etc/pki/tls, others use something different. – dave_thompson_085 Oct 3 at 4:53
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Once the cacertificate package is installed, the ca certificates will be under /etc/opt/csw/ssl/certs

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Updated answer for Solaris 11 (even though tags specify 10, this was the first hit when I needed the same info, but for Solaris 11):

/etc/certs/CA/

in PEM format, vendor provided. Not sure about back-porting from 11 to 10. https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E53394_01/html/E54783/kmf-cacerts.html

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