[rabbitmq-discuss] Securing RabbitMQ

Bell, Paul M. pbell at syncsort.com
Sat Jan 28 16:40:33 GMT 2012

Hello again,

I have started reading http://www.rabbitmq.com/ssl.html, and it looks....reassuring. :)

Is there any in-built support for encrypting/decrypting the at-rest messages in the queue? I suppose that producer could encrypt and consumer decrypt. But I was hoping to avoid a "roll your own" approach.

I am trying to think about a rogue producer injecting meaningful messages into the queue, i.e., a message whose processing might return a valuable data resource. Then there's also the need to prevent someone from inspecting the queue with an eye to reverse-engineering message syntax.





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