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Managing Encryption and Certificates in Oracle® Solaris 11.3

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Updated: December 2018

What's New in Cryptography for Oracle Solaris 11.3

    This section highlights information for existing customers about new features in encryption support in this release.

  • You can manually administer the Oracle Solaris keystore for Certificate Authority (CA) certificate files. For more information, see Adding CA Certificates to the Oracle Solaris CA Keystore.

  • Your PKCS #11 applications can now function as clients that use the Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP). These client applications can communicate with KMIP-compliant servers to create and use symmetric keys. Oracle Solaris provides client support for KMIP version 1.1, enabling clients to communicate with KMIP-compliant servers such as the Oracle Key Vault (OKV).

    For information, see KMIP and PKCS #11 Client Applications.