188.8.131.52-5101 for all Linux, UNIX, and Windows engines is available on FixCentral.
All Linux, UNIX, and Windows engines
You can now use TLS to encrypt communication between the source and target in all CDC Replication Java engines. You can use self-signed certificates, a central self-signed certificate authority, or a public certificate authority to create private key stores and trust stores within CDC Replication, or use third-party tools such as openssl. To create and manage encryption profiles that are needed to enable or disable encryption, you can use Management Console or the command-line configuration utility.
The JRE included with the engines has been upgraded to IBM Java 184.108.40.206.
CDC Replication Engine for Oracle databases
The CDC Replication Engine for Oracle databasescan now replicate data that uses Transparent Data Encryption. Both column encryption and table space encryption are supported. To replicate encrypted data, you must provide an Oracle master key. For an Oracle 12c container database, CDC Replication needs both the root database master key and the pluggable database master key. Transparent Data Encryption is supported from Oracle 11gR2 and later.
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