I am having issues regarding licensing of my SourceFire sensors, it appears the legacy site using the https://keyserver.sourcefire.com is no longer active and I am getting the following error when trying to obtain the license through the Cisco Product License Registration portal:
PAK/s or Token/s xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx is/are either Invalid or Inactive.
(I've removed the 32 bit activation key that was provided by SourceFire)
I have a case (633073671) opened up with the GLO team, but no one has been able to provide me any help as of yet, and have numerous sensors I'm trying to bring online.
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