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SFTP Authentication using private key with downloading and uploading
Uploading and downloading file on SFTP using private key in .NET using SharpSSH Topic to cover: Connecting SFTP using Private Key using .NET console App • Downloading and Uploading File To download sample check article below: Article Link: http://www.techsapphire.in/index/uploading_and_downloading_file_on_sftp_using_private_key_in_net_using_sharpssh/0-162
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jsch ssh java demo
jsch java
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OpenSSH - Using RSA Public Keys for SSH Connection (ssh-keygen, ssh-copy-id, ssh- keyscan)
Demo of connection via SSH using the RSA Public Keys without password using the commands 1) ssh-keygen - creates the public and private keys for connection 2) ssh-keyscan - putting the host into the trusted known_hosts files 3) ssh-copy-id - command to put public key in the authorized_keys file
Views: 29929 CodeCowboyOrg
SFTP - Use WinSCP to Login to SFTP without Password using Public Key Private Key Pair
WinSCP Download - https://winscp.net/eng/download.php Demo how to import an OpenSSH formatted Private and Public Key Pair into WinSCP for use with SSH and SFTP
Views: 59933 CodeCowboyOrg
Setting Up SFTP Public Key Authentication Between Trading Partners
Related content: Video - Using Trading Partners https://youtu.be/11EvPcfjmF8 Video - Setting Up Public Key Authentication on an SFTP Server https://youtu.be/E9mfcnWiDLA Setting Up Public Key Authentication Between Trading Partners http://www.jscape.com/blog/setting-up-public-key-authentication-between-trading-partners Setting Up SFTP Public Key Authentication On The Command Line http://www.jscape.com/blog/setting-up-sftp-public-key-authentication-command-line What Is An SFTP Key? http://www.jscape.com/blog/what-is-an-sftp-key Setting up an SFTP Server http://www.jscape.com/blog/setting-up-an-sftp-server A collection of articles about triggers http://www.jscape.com/blog/topic/triggers Music from http://www.bensound.com/
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Cryptography Project (SFTP implementation)
This is a school project when I was in college at 2010 fall. This is a Java based SFTP(Secure File Transfer Protocol) implementation. I used two-phase(session key exchange + secure data exchange) secure (RSA + AES) when I established the connection which between a SFTP client and a mutil-threaded SFTP server.
Views: 850 Sean Xu
SSL/TLS  handshake Protocol
What protocol is used between a web server and its clients to establish trust? How do they negotiate and share the secret key? During the handshake process, how public key encryption algorithm is used and how private key encryption is used? In this video, you would find all these answers. Playlist: Advanced Cryptography - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TmA2QWSLSPg&list=PLSNNzog5eydtwsdT__t5WtRgvpfMzpTc7 Playlist: Basic Cryptography https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vk3py9M2IfE&list=PLSNNzog5eyduN6o4e6AKFHekbH5-37BdV Please subscribe to my channel! Please leave comments or questions! Many thanks, Sunny Classroom
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How SSH Works
A whiteboarding animation about secure shell protocol.
Views: 281931 Karol Cholewa
Tectia Secure File Transfers
How to transfer files to and from a Unix server to your Windows PC with the Tectia File Transfer Utility
Views: 1019 David Gaitros
01.  What is SFTP?
This is a comprehensive tutorial on Linux SFTP. SFTP is a program on linux. It is used to transfer files between computers securely.
Views: 910 Brain I/O
sappi externalBankSftpConnection
In this video you will see , the connectivity in between sap pi and sftp server. SAP PI sftp connection to bank sftp connection problem public key and private key certificate usage , nwa certificate keystore
Views: 229 SAP PI Reference
Public Key Authentication in SFTP/SSH with JSCAPE MFT Server
Demonstrates using Public Key Authentication in SFTP/SSH with JSCAPE MFT Server. We use AnyClient to login with SFTP.
Views: 1225 jscapeus
C# 6.0 Tutorial - Advanced - 60. ECDiffieHellmanCng Cryptography, Encrypt and Decrypt
Learn more free at my blog http://www.manuelradovanovic.com If you have any question please feel free to ask. Subscribe me on YouTube, please! Thank You!
Views: 1217 Manuel Radovanovic
How to Setup a User with Public-Key-Only Authentication with SSH Key Pair
In this video, you will learn how to setup a user with Public-Key-Only Authentication using an SSH Key pair. This includes creation of a test account and verification of connection to EFT using CuteFTP as a client. We will also create an SSH key pair (public/private) with the use of the client; your user's ability to do so with their client will vary depending on the client used. Afterwards we will review how to import the needed public key in EFT and how to assign it to the user in question. Finally, we will use a method for confirming the connection is occurring via the SSH Public Key as expected. Still have questions? Visit our online help site for more information: http://help.globalscape.com/help/eft7-3/mergedprojects/eft/creating_an_ssh_key_pair.htm Choose EFT Enterprise for your secure file transfers, visit our website for more information: https://www.globalscape.com/managed-file-transfer
Secure Sockets - Java Sockets Tutorial 06
Website + download source code @ http://www.zaneacademy.com | 01:35 How to check what jdk version is used by Windows? | 01:50 What is the name of the java key and certificate management utility? | 02:10 What is keytool's genkey command? | 02:25 What is keytool's alias and keystore options? | 04:20 What is the javax.net.ssl.trustStore system property? | 04:50 What is the javax.net.ssl.keyStorePassword system property? | 05:10 What is the SSLServerSocketFactory, and how is it used to create a ServerSocket? | 06:10 How is the server able to handle multiple clients in a Java Sockets application? | 06:40 When is a Thread's run method invoked? | 07:35 What is the difference between an OutputStream and an InputStream? | 08:10 What is the difference between a PrintWriter and a BufferedReader? | 09:25 What is the SSLSocketFactory, and how is it used to create a Socket? | 10:35 How to read a command prompt's user input? | 14:15 How to fix a javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException 'no cipher suites in common'? | 15:00 What is the javax.net.ssl.keyStore system property?
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How to Use Putty with SSH Keys on Windows
In this tutorial, we will demonstrate how to use PuTTY with SSH keys in windows. Don't forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! http://youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feed http://www.facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on facebook https://plus.google.com/103440382717658277879 - our group in Google+ In this easy step by step tutorial, you will learn how to use PuTTY as an SSH client in Windows. PuTTY is communication software available freely over the internet, which uses several network protocols including SSH. Logging in using PuTTY SSH keys allows the only those people who have a valid key pair, which further prevents any threat of unwanted hacking of data. Step#1: Configuring PuTTY terminal First of all, open up the PuTTY terminal. Over here, enter the host for the server which you want to connect to. Let's enter an IP address of one of the host here and leave the port to default. Step#2: Authorization With that done, let's move to the SSH option in the category portion, expand it and then click on the "Authorization" option. Here, browse for the Key File which will be automatically made when configuring this connection. Locate the file and then click on the OK button. Step#3: Connecting to SSH Server Once you are done with that, a terminal will open up and will prompt you for the username. Specify the username and hit enter. After that, the connection would be established completely, enabling you to perform any tasks depending upon the permissions set by the administrator. Step#4: Generate SSH Key Now let's see how we can generate the SSH keys. For that, open up the Putty key generator. Over here, click on the Generate button next to the "Generate a public/private Key pair" option, in the Actions section. Step#5: Encrypting and saving SSH Key You can also change the type of parameters according to your requirements, and even change the bits over here. When prompted to generate some randomness, keep moving the cursor over the blank screen over here. This step is basically used by the application for securing the encryption. Random movements can be hard to re-generate and the sequence produced by your movements is calculated by the application. Once the process completes, it will show you the encryption key in the preview area. To save this key, click on the Save Private Key button and it will prompt you with a notification asking you whether you want to create a key without a passphrase. Hit yes to ignore it for now and then specify the location for the file. Your PuTTY SSH key file would be saved with the ".ppk" extension. And that pretty much covers the basics of using PuTTY with SSH keys in windows.
Demonstration of major project DNS security
Sycurity System For DNS using cryptography
Views: 478 Shubham Khandelwal
Creating and using SSH keys
Creating and using SSH keys As the third video in this series on making SSH access to a CentOS Linux server more secure, this tutorial will show you: How to Create and Use SSH Keys with PuTTY With this video tutorial, you will learn how to use SSH keys to connect to a CentOS server from a Windows PC, using the PuTTY SSH client and PuTTYgen utilities. You can download PuTTY and the PuTTYgen utilities from the URL displayed in this video and from the link in the text below. To generate a set of RSA keys, launch the PuTTYgen utility. RSA is a cryptosystem for public-key encryption. On the PuTTYgen Key Generator screen, make sure the "SSH-2 RSA" option is selected, then click the “Generate” button, and move your mouse around the area, as instructed on the screen. This will generate some randomness and will take a few seconds to complete, as seen in the progress bar. Once complete, you will see a generated public/private key pair. In the "Key comment:" field you can enter any comment you like to help you identify the generated key pair. Click the "Save public key," choose location to save it, name the file as you like and click "Save." On the PuTTY Key Generator screen, click the "Save private key" On the "PuTTYgen Warning" window, click "Yes." Choose the location to save the file, name the file as you like, and click "Save." The location of the files can be the same, but ensure that only you have access to it and that you do not lose the keys. Next, right click in the text field beneath, "Public key for pasting into OpenSSH authorized_keys file:" and choose "Select All." Right click again and choose "Copy." Now, you will save your copied public key log to the CentOS server. Open the terminal and at the command prompt type mkdir ~/.ssh and press Enter. Then, type chmod 0700 ~/.ssh and Enter. Next, type touch ~/.ssh/authorized_keys and Enter. Then, type chmod 0644 ~./ssh/authorized_keys and Enter. Now you will edit the authorized keys system file. At the prompt, type sudo vi ~./ssh/authorized_keys and press Enter to execute the editor. If prompted to enter sudo password type your user's password and press Enter. On the editor screen, press the Insert. key and right click your mouse to paste the copied public key. Press the Esc. key, type :w and press Enter to save the file. Type :q and press Enter to exit the editor. To configure the PuTTY profile in your Windows PC, open the PuTTY utility. In the "Host Name (or IP address)" field enter your server's IP In the "Port" field, enter the custom port configured during the “How to Change the Default SSH Port” tutorial. Make sure the "Connection type:" is SSH. In the "Category:" section on the left pane under “Connection,” choose "Data." In the "Auto-login username" field, enter the user name you created in the How to Create a New User tutorial. Go to the "Category:" section in the left pane and under “Connection,” expand "SSH." Under "SSH," highlight "Auth" to access the Options controlling SSH authentication screen. In the "Authentication parameters" section click the "Browse..." button and browse to the location where your private key file is stored. Choose it and click "Open." In the "Category:" section in the left pane, highlight "Session," and enter a chosen name for the profile in the "Saved Sessions" field and click “Save.” Choose the newly saved profile, and click "Open" to connect to your CentOS server using the SSH key pair. Thanks for joining us and return often to see new tutorials from Superb.net.
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File Transfers in JAMS
File Transfers in JAMS offer robust, powerful capabilities that support all standard protocols, including FTP, FTPS, SFTP, SCP, S3, and local copies. JAMS offers File Transfer functions through the File Transfer Execution Method, File Transfer cmdlets, and File Transfer Workflow Activities. Learn how JAMS integrates with and replaces standalone File Transfer Tools, with powerful features that include notifications for failed file transfers, dependency checking, event triggers, cross-platform integration, zip and unzip functions, local file copies, deletion of source files after file transfers, and even PGP encryption and decryption.
Views: 1249 JAMSSupport
Visit https://bugcrowd.com/jackktutorials to get started in your security research career! Remember to Like, Comment and Subscribe if you enjoyed the video! Also share if you know someone who would also like this video! Please disable Adblock to help me and other YouTubers out! Want to ask me a question? Post it on my forum thread here: http://bit.ly/AskJackkTutorials - Every Saturday I do Ask Me! In this episode of Explained! we take a look at HTTP, HTTPS & SSL/TLS and learn how the World Wide Web works ▂▃▅▆▇█ Resources used in this video █▇▆▅▃▂ HTTP - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypertext_Transfer_Protocol SSL - http://info.ssl.com/article.aspx?id=10241 ▂▃▅▆▇█ Contact Details █▇▆▅▃▂ Email (Jackk): [email protected] Website: http://www.jackktutorials.com Forums: http://www.jackktutorials.com/forums ▂▃▅▆▇█Music used in this video █▇▆▅▃ Intro - Mr Robot Opening Theme
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JSCS Server public/private key-pair generation
JSCS - Javacard-based Secret Communication System [Demonstration] Generate RSA public/private key-pair for the server Store the key-pair on server Javacard, server config file Store the public key for user registration
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ssh error: unprotected Private Key File
Permissions 0644 for 'mykey.key' are too open. It is required that your private key files are NOT accessible by others. This private key will be ignored. Load key "mykey.key": bad permissions Permission denied (publickey). The above example uses the private key mykey.keywith file permissions of 0777, which allow anyone to read or write to this file. This permission level is very insecure, and so SSH ignores this key. To fix the error, execute the following command, substituting the path for your private key file. chmod 0400 mykey.key
Views: 1288 Zariga Tongy
sftp server setup - part 2
Part 2: Basic brute force prevention
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202- sftp Web App (Jack Leow)
Java Posse Roundup 2012 Lightning Talk - sftp Web App by Jack Leow. Recorded in Crested Butte, CO on March 28, 2012.
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Getting Started with AWS Key Management Service
Learn more: https://aws.amazon.com/kms AWS Key Management Service provides easy encryption with administrative controls. In this video, you’ll see how to create new AWS Key Management Service keys and use them with Amazon S3. You’ll also see how to change the access permissions on the encryption key and how to look at the audit logs of your encryption key usage.
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How to decrypt PGP encrypted data files send by partners in MFT
This video explains the following steps: -Generate a self signed user certificate. -Export the OpenPGP key and share it with the partner. -Partner would send you the encrypted data files using the above OpenPGP key. -Create a mailbox and configure the user certificate with private key for decrypting the partner’s file.
Views: 5842 Informatica Support
parse openssl pem file online
Reference https://8gwifi.org/PemParserFunctions.jsp parse pem file online PKCS#1 RSAPublicKey (PEM header: BEGIN RSA PUBLIC KEY) PKCS#8 EncryptedPrivateKeyInfo (PEM header: BEGIN ENCRYPTED PRIVATE KEY) PKCS#8 PrivateKeyInfo (PEM header: BEGIN PRIVATE KEY) X.509 SubjectPublicKeyInfo (PEM header: BEGIN PUBLIC KEY) CSR PEM header : (PEM header:----BEGIN NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----) DSA PrivateKeyInfo (PEM header: (-----BEGIN DSA PRIVATE KEY----)
Views: 51 Zariga Tongy
GoAnywhere Director Video
GoAnywhere Director™ will automate and secure file transfers through a centralized approach with a single point of control. It can connect to almost any system (internal or external) using standard protocols including secure FTP, FTPS, SFTP, HTTP, HTTPS, AS2, SMB, MQ and SMTP. GoAnywhere Director can also encrypt and compress files using popular Open PGP encryption, GPG, ZIP, GZIP and TAR standards. This managed file transfer and secure FTP automation solution will save your organization time and money by eliminating custom programs/scripts, single-function tools and manual processes.
Task 2  Encrypting using public key
Public key encryption using PGP Desktop
Views: 224 Edmar Dela Cruz
UbuntuVideoCast - SSH session key
In this short video I demonstrate how to ssh to a remote host without entering your login password.
Views: 400 Michael St. John
Using FileZilla Secure FTP or SFTP Connection
FileZilla supports SFTP or Secure FTP connection, SSH File Transfer Protocol. If you don't want to use plain FTP, this is recommended to use, because of encrypted connection to your webserver. But still, make sure that your system is clean to avoid hacking your FTP or SFTP data. Download FileZilla FTP client here: https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?show_all=1 More discussion: http://www.pcdailytips.com/how-to-use-filezilla-ftp-2014/
Rundeck: Remote SSH using Key Storage
How to use the Rundeck Key Storage system for remote password and private-key based SSH execution.
Views: 14415 Greg Schueler
How to manage File Transfer PGP Encryption for Local File Transfers
How to manage File Transfer using PGP Encryption for Local File Transfers in B2B Data Exchange
Views: 2728 Informatica Support
Encryption and Decryption with 7-zip
How to encrypt and decrypt data, files and folders with 7-Zip
Views: 4363 TeCoEd
OpenSSH Tutorials #3: Use Public/Private Keys for Authentication
Using encrypted keys for authentication offers two main benefits. Firstly, it is convenient as you no longer need to enter a password if you use public/private keys. Secondly, once public/private key pair authentication has been set up on the server, you can disable password authentication completely meaning that without an authorized key you can't gain access - so no more password cracking attempts.
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A novel implementation of an SFTP model with server-side file privacy
This project is a demonstration of how we can set up a client-server architecture to allow for secure file transfers between multiple parties, as well as store it persistently on a cloud storage. Now, while storing encrypted files is a relatively easy task, we also ensure that the server-side user, either malicious or legitimate, is unable to decrypt the files even after snooping through the network traffic. We've proposed the use of a modified version of the Diffie-Hellman key exchange protocol, wherein more than two parties can arrive at a shared key. We also use public-key encryption to authenticate users before the key exchange, so that man-in-the-middle attacks are completely mitigated. In this video, we demonstrate the different components developed to set up this architecture. The first component registers the individual users onto the cloud service. The second component sets owner-access permissions to the files uploaded by the users, to be accessible by both the creator and the collaborating users. The third component is a notification system which allows for sending multicasted updates to owners of a particular file. It also supports sending unicast messages to individual users. Moreover, we support persistent queuing of messages, so that if a user is sent messages while he or she is offline, the messages will be delivered and flushed from the server only after that user logs in and pulls those messages. The fourth component handles the actual end-to-end encryption of the files, and transferring them to the server's persistent storage. Key exchange protocols as well as user authentication mechanisms take place between the server and the client before any further communications. Also, to negotiate the shared key for collaborated files, a modified version of the popular key exchange protocol (Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange Algorithm) is used to distribute keys to different users. To consolidate all of this for a user, we've built a custom terminal emulator that supports only certain whitelisted commands. All other commands are immediately rejected to prevent unauthorized use of the application. (For example, `sudo rm /` won't delete my entire file system. xD) This project was developed by a team of three - Ayush Soni, Reuben John, and Soorya Annadurai. We're all third-year Computer Science students in Manipal Institute of Technology, India. This is an open-source project, and you can find the project here: https://github.com/three-horsemen/sftp If you have any ideas or suggestions, do let us know in the comments! We'll definitely try adding or improving this architecture. Thanks for watching!
Views: 52 Soorya Annadurai
Learning Linux : Lesson 14 Using Public key Authentication with PuTTY
More videos like this online at http://www.theurbanpenguin.com In this video we look at using secure terminal access to our Linux Server from windows using PuTTY. This is free SSH client available for Windows. We can authenticate using username and password or we can authenticate with a public key. This can streamline our access to Linux openSUSE server and add security if we decide to disable password based authentication. PuTTY comes with its own key generator and scp client to copy the key to the server authorized_user file. Lets see how all this is put togther
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Cryptography with Python : AES | packtpub.com
This playlist/video has been uploaded for Marketing purposes and contains only selective videos. For the entire video course and code, visit [http://bit.ly/2jeErfC]. The aim of this video is to explore AES and Private-key encryption. We will take a look at key and block size. We will also explore AES in python alongwith Confusion and Diffusion. • AES and Private-key encryption • Key and Block size • Confusion and diffusion For the latest Networking & Servers video tutorials, please visit http://bit.ly/2lkC8Kb Find us on Facebook -- http://www.facebook.com/Packtvideo Follow us on Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/packtvideo
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PGP Encryption Tutorial (using gpg4win and Kleopatra)
A short tutorial on how to use Kleopatra and gpg4win to encrypt messages using public PGP keys. Download gpg4win and Kleopatra here: http://www.gpg4win.org/ ** Also, an easier way instead of saving the persons public key as a GPG. Just have is saved to your clipboard and click on the system tray and click 'Certificate Import' and it does it all it's self :) (Harvey Crumpet)
Views: 196101 Kevin Cronly
TFTP Protocol
This video describes the basic mechanism used by TFTP protocol to establish session and transfer files between the TFTP client and the TFTP server
Views: 7817 Networking Lab
Setting Up an SFTP Server
In this video, you'll learn how to set up server and client keys on your SFTP server. This will enable your SFTP server with production environment-ready data-in-motion encryption and public key authentication capabilities Relevant content: Roles of Server and Client Keys in Secure File Transfers http://www.jscape.com/blog/bid/81215/Roles-of-Server-and-Client-Keys-in-Secure-File-Transfers-Part-1 Setting SFTP Algorithms On Your SFTP Server http://www.jscape.com/blog/setting-sftp-algorithms Which Works Best for Encrypted File Transfers - RSA or DSA? http://www.jscape.com/blog/bid/82975/Which-Works-Best-for-Encrypted-File-Transfers-RSA-or-DSA Choosing Key Lengths for Encrypted File Transfers http://www.jscape.com/blog/bid/84690/Choosing-Key-Lengths-for-Encrypted-File-Transfers What Is Two Factor Authentication? http://www.jscape.com/blog/two-factor-authentication What Is An SFTP Key? http://www.jscape.com/blog/what-is-an-sftp-key How to Use an SFTP Client http://www.jscape.com/blog/bid/103831/How-to-Use-an-SFTP-Client Music from http://www.bensound.com/
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How to Generate keys without creating multiple keys in AWS for user
In this video you will be able to get the details to generate a keys for the users. You will also get the more idea about to creating a user in a server and user access configuration. user can have the sudoers access after the configuration. Creating a user into the server and with the authentication keys. 1) we have to generate a key with the help of the puttygen application. 2) save the key into the private .ppk file or public .pem file. 3) create a user into the server - adduser username - change directory to the user home group cd /hom/username - create a directory .ssh - change the permission of the directory as a 700 chmod 700 .ssh/ - change the ownership of directory as user chown user:user .ssh/ - change the directory to the .ssh directory cd .ssh/ - create a file in the name of authorized_keys - copy the contain of the key which was generated by puttygen - paste into the authorized_keys - save the authorized_keys file - change the permission of the file as 600 chmod 600 authorized_keys - also change the ownership of the file to the user chown user:user authorized_keys If you want to give the permission to the user as a sudoers like if you want user can switch as a root, then need to configure the /etc/sudoers file and un-comment the wheel group line and wheel group passwd line before that into the terminal we have to fire a command for user like # usermod -aG wheel user Then insert the user into the passwd line for non password prompt like- user ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: ALL and save this file with using key esc :wq! and try to take the access of the server by user into the putty as well as from Linux os or Mac OS
Protecting Private Keys against Memory Disclosure Attacks Using Hardware Transactional Memory
Protecting Private Keys against Memory Disclosure Attacks Using Hardware Transactional Memory Le Guan Presented at the 2015 IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy May 18--20, 2015 San Jose, CA http://www.ieee-security.org/TC/SP2015/ ABSTRACT Cryptography plays an important role in computer and communication security. In practical implementations of cryptosystems, the cryptographic keys are usually loaded into the memory as plaintext, and then used in the cryptographic algorithms. Therefore, the private keys are subject to memory disclosure attacks that read unauthorized data from RAM. Such attacks could be performed through software methods (e.g., Open SSL Heart bleed) even when the integrity of the victim system's executable binaries is maintained. They could also be performed through physical methods (e.g., Cold-boot attacks on RAM chips) even when the system is free of software vulnerabilities. In this paper, we propose Mimosa that protects RSA private keys against the above software-based and physical memory attacks. When the Mimosa service is in idle, private keys are encrypted and reside in memory as cipher text. During the cryptographic computing, Mimosa uses hardware transactional memory (HTM) to ensure that (a) whenever a malicious process other than Mimosa attempts to read the plaintext private key, the transaction aborts and all sensitive data are automatically cleared with hardware mechanisms, due to the strong atomicity guarantee of HTM, and (b) all sensitive data, including private keys and intermediate states, appear as plaintext only within CPU-bound caches, and are never loaded to RAM chips. To the best of our knowledge, Mimosa is the first solution to use transactional memory to protect sensitive data against memory disclosure attacks. We have implemented Mimosa on a commodity machine with Intel Core i7 Haswell CPUs. Through extensive experiments, we show that Mimosa effectively protects cryptographic keys against various attacks that attempt to read sensitive data from memory, and it only introduces a small performance overhead.
For More Details contact Name:Venkatarao Ganipisetty Mobile:+91 9966499110 Email:[email protected] Abstract: Secure File Upload is a web utility for the admin to store data/text files securely on a web server, The data to be uploaded is encrypted first at the admin side and stored in the database in an online mode .It efficiently makes use of HTML 5 local storage for caching the data and retain it after the admin has logged-off, When the admin logs in again he can see the files which he uploaded and encrypted at the server side , which he can choose to upload on the web server’s database and thus can remotely backup the file on a remote machine. The User after Logging can search the uploaded files to select and send request to admin. The advantage is that the file is encrypted. If the user wishes to download the file he can do so by clicking at the download button should enter the key given by admin to be matched, in order to segregate the unauthorized users. In which the file is downloaded and to be stored thus can be decrypted by the user and can be viewed by him. EXISTING SYSTEM The weaknesses of all encryption systems is that the form of the output data (the text), if intercepted, alerts the intruder to the fact that the information being transmitted may have some importance and that it is therefore worth attacking and attempting to decrypt it. This aspect of cipher text transmission can be used to propagate disinformation, achieved by encrypting information that is specifically designed to be intercepted and decrypted. In this case, we assume that the intercept will be attacked, decrypted and the information retrieved. There is no security when transmitting the data from one end to another. PROPOSED SYSTEM Encryption is the most effective way to achieve data security. The process of Encryption hides the contents of a message in a way that the original information is recovered only through a decryption process The purpose of Encryption is to prevent unauthorized parties from viewing or modifying the data Encryption occurs when the data is passed through some substitute technique, shifting technique, table references or mathematical operations. All those processes generate a different form of that data. The unencrypted data is referred to as the plaintext and the encrypted data as the ciphertext, which is representation of the original data in a different form. A symmetric Encryption key is used for this application, which means the same key is shared for both Encryption and decryption. The encrypted file can only be opened and viewed after it has been decrypted to its original file using the symmetric encryption key.
How do add certificated to SAP PI to use in PIArchiving
http://piarchiving.com/guide how to configure the keys used for connecting to use for encryption on the PIArchiving solution for SAP Process Integration.
Views: 645 piarchiving
How to use PGP with Control-M for Advanced File Transfer
This video solution demonstrates how to use the Control-M for Advanced File Transfer (AFT) PGP feature. For more information, see: https://bmcsites.force.com/casemgmt/sc_KnowledgeArticle?sfdcid=kA014000000dlJcCAI&type=FAQ
Secure file transfer using MQ Advanced
See how a media company uses MQ Advanced to securely send files over their existing MQ network, avoiding the need for FTP or a homegrown solution. Learn more at http://ibm.biz/MQadvanced
Views: 774 IBM Cloud
OpenPGP and JSCAPE MFT Server
Demonstrates how to set up and use OpenPGP in JSCAPE MFT Server. OpenPGP support allows you to encrypt and decrypt files for increased security.
Views: 414 jscapeus
ownCrypt, clientside encryption explained by Mathieu Bourrier
From the ownCloud Contributor Conference 2015 an interview with Mathieu Bourrier who's working on ownCrypt, a client side encryption solution for ownCloud. You're invited to help him out, find him on github as @orion1024! See https://owncloud.org/conf for information about the conference!
Views: 393 ownClouders