Secure Sockets Layer with z/VSE
In this chapter, we describe the setup of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) in various scenarios with z/VSE acting as server.
The SSL protocol provides security and data integrity for communications between servers and clients over TCP/IP networks. It uses the public key infrastructure (PKI) with RSA key pairs and digital certificates on the server and on the client side.
In the first section, we show how to generate a server key and the self-signed certificates.
Then, we show the setup to use the keys and the certificates ...

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