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Securing YugabyteDB: Part 2 – Client-to-Server Encryption in Transit

In the first post in this series, we covered how to secure YugabyteDB’s internal RPC protocol using the TLS encryption protocol, also referred to as server-to-server encryption in transit. In this post, we secure the communication between SQL clients and the PostgresQL query interface of YugabyteDB, also called client-to-server encryption in transit. 

YugabyteDB—a 100% open source,

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Securing YugabyteDB: Part 1 – Server-to-Server Encryption in Transit

Encryption in transit is a common requirement for client-to-server communication. It is particularly important for YugabyteDB, a 100% open source, distributed SQL database built to accelerate cloud native agility. YugabyteDB typically stores important user and customer data at an organization.

In this ongoing blog series, we take a look at the different aspects of encryption in transit for YugabyteDB.

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