Creating a Java Client-Server Application with mTLS

Introduction In the realm of secure communication over networks, Mutual Transport Layer Security (mTLS) stands out as a robust protocol for ensuring both authentication and encryption between client and server. Building a Java client-server application with mTLS not only enhances security but also establishes a trustworthy connection where both parties can verify each other's…


Authentication and Authorization using Java KeyStore

Introduction: Authentication and authorization are crucial aspects of secure software development. Authentication verifies the identity of a user or system, while authorization determines the level of access granted to authenticated entities. Java KeyStore is a mechanism for managing cryptographic keys and certificates, playing a vital role in securing Java applications. This tutorial explores the…


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