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Updated on September 24, 2020

TLS communication

Hyperledger Besu supports TLS to secure client and server communication. You also need to configure the client (EthSigner) or server (Orion) for TLS.

Besu TLS

You must store private keys and certificates in password-protected PKCS #12 keystore files.

Use the command line options to enable and configure TLS.

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