Mule Enterprise Security is a set of capabilities that build on top of Mule Enterprise’s existing security capabilities, including:
- Secure Token Service and OAuth 2.0 Provider
- Digital signing and data encryption
- Credentials vault
- Security filters
In this post we are going to look at how to use the data encryption capabilities in Mule Studio. We’re going to be using Mule Enterprise. Consider the following flow
We want to return the xml sensitive information in a way only authorised recipients can see it (encrypted). With the new mule enterprise security module, encrypting information is easy, just follow 3 steps:
1) Insert the encryption module into your flow:
2) Create your config reference (click on + and then Ok):
3) Write your encryption key:
And you are done!
What else could you do with this module?
1) Select three encryption strategies:
- JCE Encryption – with over 18 encryption algorithms, plus 4 encryption modes
- PGP Encryption – simplified, just add your credentials are your are ready to rock!
- XML Encryption – supporting the JCE-106 specification
2) Use keystores to store your keys
3) Change your encryption configuration at runtime
4) Use multiple encryptions strategies with the same module
Enterprise integrations running across trust boundaries demand robust security solutions. Mule Enterprise Security
provides end-to-end protection of your integration ecosystem. Data encryption is just one step towards bullet proof integration.
- Introducing Mule Enterprise Security
- The Mule Enterprise Console REST API
- Trap your Alerts: An SNMP How-to using Java and Mule Enterprise Console
- Enterprise APIs, for real!