SSL is widely used since long to achieve security of data communicated over public networks. In OSI seven layer model, SSL sits between the Application layer and the Transport layer, traditionally seen as part of the Presentation layer. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) and TLS (Transport Layer Security) are two very common words which are often… Read More »
A CA-signed certificate, also known as a trusted certificate, is a certificate that has been issued and digitally signed by a trusted third-party entity called a Certificate Authority (CA). In order to get a CA signed certificate for a domain, you first need to generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) and then follow additional steps… Read More »
When transferring any data between a server and client in digital communication, security is always among the major concerns and organizations spend huge sum of money to ensure that information is secured while being transferred over the network. When it comes to transport layer security, SSL/TLS is used to achieve transport level security which first… Read More »
Data integrity and security is among the top concerns when it comes to integrate diverse applications and systems communicating through public internet with significant potential threats from the cyber attackers. To deal with this, SSL is used which is a standard technology for enabling encrypted secured communication between the two parties. SSL has also gone… Read More »
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is the standard technology used for enabling secure communication between a client and sever to ensure data security & integrity. SSL has evolved with time and several versions have been introduced to deal with any potential vulnerabilities. SSL V2 released in 1995 was the first public version of SSL followed by… Read More »
In one of my previous posts, I explained how we can develop SSL based secure SOAP Web Services in TIBCO. In this post, I will explain how we can achieve HTTPS based communication in TIBCO processes involving HTTP Palette (having HTTP Receiver as process starter).