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Thursday, February 20th, 2020
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1. Introduction The aim of this blog post is to showcase the use of a number of Mule 4 security features via a simple client-server case study. All the source code of this case study is freely available on this GitHub repository. The case study makes use of features from the following three Mule 4 modules: The Cryptography Module, which provides cryptography operations such as encryption and message signing. The ...read more »

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