I am trying to send a message and encrypt it using X.509 and import the clients certificate. I can import but It does appear I can use it anywhere? Can someone help out with this?
Can you expand on what you are trying to do. Are you trying to limit where you can see this message? If so, how are you trying to limit it? I just want to get a better understanding as to what you are doing.
Nancy Kenney, I am testing to see if I can send a message to MQ using (JMS connector) everything works fine. However, my client wants to encrypt the message using a "certificate (.cer). Now, when I create the certificate I choose x.509 and then it imports just fine and now I am not sure how to invoke the certificate for that message.
There's not an option to encrypt/decrypt the document data/payload itself with an X.509 certificate using the native Data Process shape--only with a PGP certificate. However in my experience encrypting the data itself (vs. the communication channel like SSL) with an X.509 certificate is less common. I'm curious, to what system are you sending that wants its X.509 encrypted?
Had to research this one. I found this thread interesting: cryptography - How X509 Certificates are used for Encryption - Information Security Stack Exchange
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