The Onapsis Blog

The world of business-critical application security and compliance is dynamic, with new developments happening on a continuous basis. Read our blog posts for recommendations, insights and observations on the latest news for safeguarding your SAP® and Oracle® applications.

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Is Enabling the SSL Connection to your Java System Enough?

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a protocol used to encrypt communications between two entities by exchanging public and private keys to create secure sessions between them. In this blog, I will explain how you can enable SSL (Secure Socket Layer) in your SAP Java system and how you can redirect the HTTP requests to HTTPS protocol.
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TLS: Much More Than a Compliance Requirement

You may have heard about SSL/TLS, especially in 2018 when more widespread Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) adoption pushed by web browsers and PCI council advisory about the future deprecations of early versions of TLS (Transport Layer Security). This is a basic guide what it is, how it works, and why we should implement it in our SAP systems.
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