This might apply to other version of Filemaker Server also.
Our network is failing PCI-Compliance checks because Filemaker Server 10 uses self-signed certificates that open it up to being hacked. I found two .pem files in the Database Server/bin/ directory.
These certificates are no good for PCI compliance because a] they are self-signed and b] they don't correspond to the domain of our network anyway. We have proper SSH certificates for our network, and would like to get FMServer 10 to use them. Problem is, they include an intermediate CA certificate also.
I'm going to start experimenting, but in case somebody else has tackled this before, thought I'd post here for any suggestions?
I don't think you have that option in 10. v12 adds features for using your own certificates for encryption of network traffic so you may want to investigate that. See the details here : http://help.filemaker.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/10084/~/miscellaneous-behavior-changes-in-filemaker-pro-12 in the section "Improved SSL Security".