Question about security
siculars at gmail.com
Wed Jan 12 12:47:30 EST 2011
The answer is no. Riak security is defined by you, the user, setting
up appropriate network access to the riak service. This is done
primarily by routers, firewalls and proxies.
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On Jan 12, 2011, at 12:34, Jérôme Verstrynge <jverstry at gmail.com>
> Newbie question. I am trying to find documentation about Riak
> security. I have seen http://wiki.basho.com/Network-Security-and-Firewall-Configurations.html
> , but I could not find much on access control.
> Is it possible to secure access to Riak nodes? Does it offer
> something similar to http://srp.stanford.edu/ (i.e. remote login)?
> I read somewhere that Riak does not use encryption for exchange
> between nodes. Is this (still) correct? What about communication
> with users applications?
> If the answer to the above question is no, then how can one secure a
> Riak system properly?
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