To replay encrypted audit trails in your browser and to view encrypted screenshots, upload the necessary private keys to your audit keystore. In the audit keystore, only private keys are stored.

For more information on the supported key format and the certificates that correspond to the private keys, see Audit keystore.

NOTE: The private keys are stored locally, in your browser.

To add the first key to your audit keystore

  1. Navigate to User menu > Audit keystore.

    Figure 44: User Menu > Audit keystore > — Empty audit keystore

    If you want to open an encrypted audit trail or screenshot from the Search interface, but you have not added the corresponding private keys yet to your audit keystore, a dialog will take you to the Audit Keystore option.

  2. Click Add new key.

    Figure 45: User Menu > Audit keystore > Add new key — Add new key

    1. In the Name field, enter a name for the key.

    2. Click Browse key, select the file containing the key in PEM format, and click Open.

      Alternatively, you can also copy-paste or drag your key into the Key content field.

    3. (Optional) If you add a private key that is encrypted, an additional field, the Key password field is displayed. In the Key password field, enter the password for the encrypted key.

    4. Click Add key.

  3. In the Create master password dialog, add a master password.

    Figure 46: User Menu > Audit keystore > Add new key — Add a master password

    The private key is stored in your audit keystore that is protected by the master password that you created.

  4. (Optional) To lock your audit keystore, click Lock keystore.

    If you lock your audit keystore, you protect your private keys from unauthorized use. Your private keys can be used to decrypt content only if you unlock your audit keystore.