New Salesforce Certificates will be issued in January and February 2018

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Summary

Some users get an email from Salesforce with the below content.

To maintain alignment with our security best practices, we will be rotating some certificates out in January and February 2018 for newer certificates that will be supported in future releases of Google Chrome.

 

What is the change?


A future release of Google Chrome will no longer support Symantec-issued HTTPS certificates, so we are replacing our Symantec-issued certificates with new DigiCert-issued certificates. HTTPS certificates are reflected in the browser's URL bar to indicate a secure connection while accessing secure websites, including Salesforce. Some examples of Salesforce certificates impacted by this change are:
• *.salesforce.com
• *.my.salesforce.com (My Domain)
• [instance].force.com
• login.salesforce.com
• test.salesforce.com
• *.cloudforce.com (Branded Login)

 

What are the actions you will need to take?

You will need to re-configure the connections to your Salesforce environment with the new certificates within your Salesforce instance. No action needs to be taken within Boomi.

 

Impact

There should not be any impact on the current integrations. Dell Boomi has tested our Salesforce connector with the new certificates and we did not see any issues.

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