To obtain a domain Fingerprint when updating or creating an SCIS Mobile Certificate, you can use OpenSSL, or find the Fingerprint in the Firefox browser information.
Using OpenSSL to Obtain a Domain’s SHA-256 Fingerprint
You will need this fingerprint to paste into the Certificate Fingerprint field on the individual SCIS Mobile Certificate record. If you have OpenSSL installed, you can run the following command to return the domain fingerprint:
openssl x509 -noout -fingerprint -sha256 -inform pem -in [certificate-file.crt]
Using Firefox to Obtain a Domain’s SHA-256 Fingerprint
Firefox (versions 31 and higher) provides one of the most straightforward methods of obtaining a domain’s SHA-256 Fingerprint. You must paste this fingerprint into the Certificate Fingerprint field on the individual Mobile Certificate Record.
To obtain a domain’s SHA-256 fingerprint using Firefox:
Open Firefox and navigate to the required URL, for example system.netsuite.com.
Double-click the padlock icon in the address bar.
Click More Information.
Click View Certificate.
Under Fingerprints, copy the SHA-256 Fingerprint hash.