How does SHA-1 deprecation in Microsoft products affect Symantec Endpoint Protection?
In 2015, Microsoft began the process of deprecating support for SHA-1 certificates. This process was completed in February 2017. The following information covers how Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP), Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager (SEPM), Symantec Endpoint Security, and LiveUpdate Administrator (LUA) will be impacted by these changes.
Does SEP, SEPM, SES or LUA utilize SHA-1 SSL certificates?
Does Symantec Endpoint Protection utilize SHA-2 certificates?
Are SHA-1 authenticode signatures in use by the SEP client?
Can I continue to use an old SHA-1 SEPM certificate or do I need to upgrade to SHA-2?
For more information, please see the following Microsoft Technet article: Windows Enforcement of SHA1 Certificates