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7.2. Secure Transport Protocols
Red Hat AMQ provides a common framework for adding SSL/TLS security to its transport protocols. All of the transport protocols discussed here are secured using the JSSE framework and most of their configuration settings are shared.
Table 7.1, “Secure Transport Protocols” shows the transport protocols that can be secured using SSL/TLS.
Table 7.1. Secure Transport Protocols
|Endpoint URL for Openwire over TCP/IP, where the socket layer is secured using SSL or TLS.|
|Endpoint URL for Openwire over HTTP, where the socket layer is secured using SSL or TLS.|
|Endpoint URL for Stomp over TCP/IP, where the socket layer is secured using SSL or TLS.|
|Endpoint URL for MQTT over Java NIO, where the socket layer is secured using SSL or TLS.|
Verify Host Name
Disabled by default, you can enable the capability of verifying the host name on the transport configuration by using a URL parameter as follows:
To enable on the client side, use the following:
It is especially important to
enablethis option to prevent against man-in-the-middle attacks, particularly in locked down systems.