By Mamoon Yunus | Date posted: January 30, 2014
SSL-protocol and data-level encryption are both based on Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) that uses public-private key pairs for asymmetric cryptography. Generating such key pairs and issuing a certificate signing request are initial steps for enabling privacy. Learn how to generate keys in Forum Sentry without requiring command line toolkits such as openssl. These key pairs can then be consumed by SSL or content encryption policies for securing XML, HTML, SOAP, JSON over a variety of protocols.