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The world of business-critical application security and compliance is dynamic, with new developments happening on a continuous basis. Read our blog posts for recommendations, insights and observations on the latest news for safeguarding your SAP® and Oracle® applications.

Alejandro Sanchez

Alejandro Sanchez

Oracle Security Specialist

Alejandro Sanchez has been an Oracle Security Specialist at Onapsis since 2017. He has been working with Oracle E-Business Suite since 2009 at numerous large companies doing different implementations and product maintenance of the Oracle platform. He also has knowledge about SAP systems and is currently working on the Onapsis Product Research Team analyzing SAP Security Notes and Oracle Critical Patch Updates. He also provides content for the Onapsis Security Platform.

He has completed several courses related to IT security and ethical hacking and is currently studying Computer Engineering at the Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero.

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Is Enabling the SSL Connection to your Java System Enough?

Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a protocol used to encrypt communications between two entities by exchanging public and private keys to create secure sessions between them. In this blog, I will explain how you can enable SSL (Secure Socket Layer) in your SAP Java system and how you can redirect the HTTP requests to HTTPS protocol.

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