FreeKB - Single Sign On (SSO) and Lightweight Third Party Authentication (LTPA) in WebSphere - Encrypting LTPA Tokens
Single Sign On (SSO) and Lightweight Third Party Authentication (LTPA) in WebSphere - Encrypting LTPA Tokens

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If you are not familiar with SSO and LTPA, check out our getting started article.

By defalt, LTPA tokens are encrypted using a public certificate and private key. The keystore that contains the public certificate and private key can be viewed by navigating to Security > Global Security > LTPA. In this example, CellLTPAKeySetGroup contains the keystore.

 

Selecting Key set groups >  CellLTPAKeySetGroup > key sets > CellLTPAKeys will display the keystore being used.  In this example, the ltpa.jceks file is the keystore that contains the public certificate and private key.



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