PGP Key Management offers a complete solution to create and manage PGP keys natively within Sterling B2B Integrator.
You can create, read, check-in, update or delete PGP keys and process the PGP document sent by an external party to perform cryptographic operations like encryption, decryption, signing, verification, compression, or decompression. The PGP keys are stored in the system database.
- PGP Secret Key
- PGP Public key
PGP Secret Key
The PGP Secret Key is the secret or private key the sender uses to decrypt the messages. This key is protected with a system passphrase. The system supports Create, Read, Update, and Delete (CRUD) operations for create, check-in, edit, search, list, delete, and check-out options.
For more information, see PGP Secret Key.
PGP Public Key
- You cannot create a public key. Every PGP Secret Key creates a corresponding entry for a PGP Public Key.
- You can also check-in a key created from an external system into the database as a PGP Public Key.
For more information, see PGP Public Key.