Universal Messaging 10.3 | Concepts | Security | Using SSL | SSL Encryption
SSL Encryption
Universal Messaging supports SSL and offers support for SSL-enabled TCP/IP sockets as well as HTTPS. When SSL is used, the subject used for entitlements can be extracted from the client's certificate CN attribute.
Universal Messaging's support for SSL provides both client side and anonymous (Server side) SSL. Different SSL certificate chains can be assigned to different Universal Messaging interfaces, each one supporting its own set of cryptographic algorithms. There is no limit to the number of interfaces and therefore different SSL certificate chains that can be supported on a single Universal Messaging realm server.
For more information on configuring Universal Messaging interfaces to use SSL encryption with Universal Messaging please see the Enterprise Manager guide.
To learn more about SSL please see the SSL Concepts section ( SSL Concepts).