To encrypt the communication and secure the identification of a server, you can use a HTTPS protocol. HTTPS is based on SSL, which supports the encryption of messages sent via HTTP.
To secure a communication, HTTPS uses key pairs containing one public key and one private key. Data is encrypted with one key and can only be decrypted with the other key of the key pair. This establishes trust and privacy in message transfers.
To authenticate the Talend Runtime,
you need to configure its private key in the
Path to the keystore file. See http://team.ops4j.org/wiki/display/paxweb/SSL+Configuration for details.
This property specifies the keystore type. By default, the value is JKS.
Password used for keystore integrity check.
Password used for keystore.