Can someone explain these entries:
asglab.juniper.net 2010/06/2 - 2015/11/23 asglm.asglab.juniper.net 2010/03/9 - 2012/03/8 fifth.asglab.juniper.net 2010/05/14 - 2015/11/4 i15.asglab.juniper.net 2009/07/31 - 2015/01/21 juniper.net 2010/06/1 - 2015/11/22 node3011.asglab.juniper.net 2010/05/13 - 2015/11/3 secure.juniper.net 2010/05/14 - 2015/11/4 ive79.sslvpnlab.com 2009/12/30 - 2015/06/22 help.com 2010/05/12 - 2015/11/2 stdalnca 2007/01/23 - 2012/01/23 ad-exch2k3 2006/07/11 - 2056/07/11
I'm not sure why these are in the CA list..
I had a search but could not find any reference to these, I assume they are used during the development and testing of various features where SSL connections are made to internal servers and have been left in the production build so the test suites can be used on the production releases without having to import the necessary CAs.
If you are planning to delete them I would recommend taking a backup of them first, just in case, by exporting the configuration.
I've found out that these are indeed internal test certificates and it is being tracked as a bug, they will be removed in a future release.