Tag: encryption

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
  • filters

In this post we are going to look at how to use the data  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:

reza.shafii on Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Introducing Mule Enterprise Security

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Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA) present unique security challenges due to loose service/application coupling and operations  running across trust boundaries.  To help our customers address these challenges, we have extended the Mule ESB platform security in several key areas and are making these extensions available through our Mule Enterprise Security package. This blog post will introduce the key components of that soon to be released package.

Product Overview

The first thing to know about Mule Enterprise Security is that it builds on top of Mule ESB Enterprise’s existing security capabilities. Mule ESB Enterprise already provides a solid set of security features, including:

As you probably know, Mule provides pretty good support for encryption (check the related links for further info on Mule’s PGP support). What we’re going to do in this blog post is provide a step-by-step, real life use case for PGP . We’ll take a ride all the way from key generation to Mule configuration.