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Support Contacts


Support Contacts

If you encounter a problem while installing, registering, or operating this product, please refer to the documentation before contacting support. If you cannot resolve the issue, contact your supplier or Thales Customer Support.

Customers using Thales Trusted Cyber Technologies (TCT) products, including the Thales TCT CipherTrust k570 appliance, Thales TCT CipherTrust Manager k160 small form factor appliance, and Thales TCT Network HSM, should contact Thales TCT Customer Support.

Thales Customer Support operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Your level of access to this service is governed by the support plan arrangements made between Thales and your organization. Please consult this support plan for further information about your entitlements, including the hours when telephone support is available to you.

Customer Support Portal

The Customer Support Portal, at, is where you can find solutions for most common problems. The Customer Support Portal is a comprehensive, fully searchable database of support resources, including:

  • Software and firmware downloads

  • Latest product documentation

  • Latest release notes listing known problems and workarounds

  • A knowledge base

  • FAQs

  • Technical notes, and more

You can also use the portal to create and manage support cases.

You require an account to access the Customer Support Portal. To create a new account, go to the portal and click on the REGISTER link.

Telephone Support

If you have an urgent problem, or cannot access the Customer Support Portal, you can contact Thales Customer Support by telephone at +1 410-469-1651. Additional local telephone support numbers are listed on the support portal.

Email Support

You can also contact technical support by email at

Troubleshooting Issues in Conjunction with Customer Support

When making a support call, the CipherTrust Manager System Administrator (ksadmin) may be asked to log in using ssh to retrieve CipherTrust Manager Logs. CipherTrust Manager Logs are located in this directory: /opt/keysecure/logs

Any ssl connection related error message can be filtered from the log file based on “ERR ” and “tls” tags.