Spring Boot application secured by self-signed HTTPS

In this article we secure our Spring Boot application with HTTPS. First of all we become familiar with TLS/SSL  briefly. Then we see how we can generate a self-signed certificate and secure a simple Spring Boot application. We call this project Spring Boot HTTPS Seed and you can grab the code from my Github. Continue reading

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How PGP works? A simple introduction

The Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) is an encryption strategy for (de)encrypting and signing data in general and email/messages in specific. While doing PGP, two other well-known cryptography algorithms are going to be used: Public-Key (Asymmetric), and Symmetric cryptography. So we firstly discuss these two ingredients, and then the PGP recipe.
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