I’m doing the IU for 7.9 and I encountered this question:
Ignition will generate a Genuine SSL Certificate when SSL is enabled.
The “correct” answer is false. However I’d argue that the correct answer is true. A self signed certificate is a valid SSL certificate, but it is only lacking being signed by some external (trusted) CA. It still provides for HTTPS functionality.
Note however that I am not suggesting that a self signed cert provides the same level of security as a CS signed cert, or ensures that the resource you are connecting to is the resource you expect to be connecting to.
Can someone disavow me of my belief?