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Client keys are used for enhanced authentication of clients when connecting to MFT Server.  For example, you may specify that your service requires that the user provide both a password and private key during the authentication process in order to be granted access.  This is more secure form of authentication than simple password authentication as it requires a secondary token (a private key) in addition to the password.  Client keys may also be used in the OFTP protocol for the purposes of message encryption and/or signature verification.


See also


Generating a key

Importing a certificate and/or public key

Exporting a certificate and/or public key

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