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Secure file transfer protocols generally employ a combination of symmetric and asymmetric encryption to preserve the confidentiality of data while in transit. So why the need for two kinds of encryption? In this post, we take a closer look at the main functions of symmetric and asymmetric encryption, their strengths, their weaknesses, and why we'd prefer having both. http://hubs.ly/H04t3cV0 #cybersecurity #privacy #infosec
File transfer systems normally use a combination of symmetric and asymmetric key encryption. Understand the differences between the two.
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How To Set Up A SFTP Active-Active High Availability Cluster http://hubs.ly/H04t2KS0
Learn how to set up a high availability SFTP cluster.
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What Port Does SFTP Use? http://hubs.ly/H04rtFm0 #sysadmin #networks
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In this quick tutorial, you'll discover an easy way to set up a failover server for your SFTP server a.k.a. SFTP active-passive high availability cluster. http://hubs.ly/H04pz9n0 #business #highavailability
A quick tutorial showing how to set up an active-passive SFTP High Availability cluster using JSCAPE MFT Server.
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The most widely used secure file transfer protocols, SFTP and FTPS, get their security from underlying protocols. SFTP from SSH and FTPS from SSL. Let's compare the two http://hubs.ly/H04pz0s0 #cybersecurity #sysadmin
A simplified discussion comparing SSH and SSL, focusing on their main similarities and differences.
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What good is an encrypted data transfer if the information it protects still falls into the wrong hands in the end? SFTP is best known for its ability to encrypt data while in transit. But while data-in-motion encryption can secure confidential information as it traverses the network, encryption can't prevent an impostor from carrying out the download himself. For that purpose, you'll want your users to authenticate with the right password and the right SFTP key. http://hubs.ly/H04pqC20 #cybersecurity #infosec
Everything you need to know about SFTP keys. What it adds to the security of SFTP connections, public key auth, and other related information.
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An MDN is an electronic return receipt which a trading partner can optionally request during an AS2 interchange. The use of MDNs help enforce data integrity and non-repudiation in AS2. In this post, we'll talk more about the value of issuing an AS2 MDN, what options you have when using it, and an overview of the usual configurable MDN settings in a managed file transfer server. http://hubs.ly/H04t3pp0 #business #electronicreceipt
What an MDN does to an AS2 transmission; Sync vs ASync; enabling MDN in AS2 using a managed file transfer server.
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If you're running a SFTP service, chances are you've already received connectivity-related complaints involving the diffie-hellman-group1-sha1 key exchange algorithm. Here's how you fix that. http://hubs.ly/H04rt_30 #sysadmin #cybersecurity
Explains connection issues involving the diffie-hellman-group1-sha1 key exchange algorithm, what's causing it, and how to fix the problem.
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How To Import A Client Certificate To Firefox http://hubs.ly/H04rsTs0 #cybersecurity #infosec
A step-by-step tutorial on how to import a client digital certificate to Firefox. Complete with screenshots.
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How do you strengthen a server's user authentication system? Well, one solution would be to add another. Most servers authenticate users through the usual username-password technique. If you can augment that with another method, you'll be able to make it more difficult for impostors to break in. For servers whose users connect through Web browsers, one option would be something called client certificate authentication. Learn what it is. http://hubs.ly/H04pz940 #cybersecurity #infosec
A not-so-technical explanation of client certificate authentication. Talks about what it is, where it's used, and how it works.
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So your load balancer supports multiple load balancing algorithms but you don't know which one to pick? You will in a minute.

In this post, we compare 5 common load balancing algorithms, highlighting their main characteristics and pointing out where they're best and not well suited for. Let's begin. http://hubs.ly/H04pj_P0 #business #highavailability
So your load balancer supports multiple load balancing algorithms but you don't know which one to pick? Learn how to. Now.
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Secure file transfer protocols like SFTP, FTPS, HTTPS, and WebDAVS encrypt data through symmetric key ciphers. These ciphers can be classified into two groups: stream ciphers and block ciphers. Today, we'll discuss what a stream cipher is and what a block cipher is. We'll also talk about the popular encryption algorithms that fall under each group. http://hubs.ly/H04pk8h0 #encryption #cybersecurity
An introduction to stream and block ciphers.
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