For an in depth treatment of public key encryption cryptography, please refer to https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public-key_cryptography.
In the Thrio platform a private key is used to authenticate to a tenant file server.
SFTP or SCP authentication using private keys is generally known as public key authentication, which entails the use of a public key and private key pair. Although these public and private keys have similarities with the public and private keys used in encryption, they are used for a different purpose. While the public and private keys used in encryption are used to preserve confidentiality, the public and private keys discussed here are used for authenticating a Thrio service connecting to a tenant file server.
To implement public key authentication, a tenant would need to generate a key pair for a particular file server, place the public key on its server and hand over the corresponding private key to a Thrio administrator so it can be uploaded.
Every time a tenant file is transferred to a tenant file server, an internal client uses the private key to generate a digital signature that the server, through the corresponding public key stored there, can validate and match with the corresponding account.
Name: Enter the name of the public key.
Description: Enter the description of the public key.
File: Upload the private key provided by the tenant.
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