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AT-TLS for HTTP
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Rob Schramm
2018-07-05 16:44:51 UTC
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This might be a weird one. I have used Policy Agent AT-TLS in the past to
secure JDBC communication with a UDB data base. Can I use Policy agent to
secure an existing HTTP GET process (assembler program), by doing a similar
process? Has anyone else done this?

Thanks,
Rob Schramm
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Mike Hochee
2018-07-05 17:59:47 UTC
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I have not used it for that specifically, but I don't see why not. The policy based rules allow for job/task names and support wildcards, and you might not even need those if you can filter based on a unique port range. I've been impressed with AT-TLS, as it offers a lot of customization options, as well as quite a few OOB use cases. An underrated feature of comm server IMO.

HTH,
Mike

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This might be a weird one. I have used Policy Agent AT-TLS in the past to secure JDBC communication with a UDB data base. Can I use Policy agent to secure an existing HTTP GET process (assembler program), by doing a similar process? Has anyone else done this?

Thanks,
Rob Schramm
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Rob Schramm
2018-07-05 18:50:57 UTC
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It is probably just my own FUD that is making me doubt it.

Rob Schramm
Post by Mike Hochee
I have not used it for that specifically, but I don't see why not. The
policy based rules allow for job/task names and support wildcards, and you
might not even need those if you can filter based on a unique port range.
I've been impressed with AT-TLS, as it offers a lot of customization
options, as well as quite a few OOB use cases. An underrated feature of
comm server IMO.
HTH,
Mike
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Subject: AT-TLS for HTTP
This might be a weird one. I have used Policy Agent AT-TLS in the past to
secure JDBC communication with a UDB data base. Can I use Policy agent to
secure an existing HTTP GET process (assembler program), by doing a similar
process? Has anyone else done this?
Thanks,
Rob Schramm
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