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Enable API Connect v10 to support AES encryption with Kerberos secured IIS web applications running on Windows Server 2019
Currently, we use RC4_HMAC_MD5 encryption to allow API Connect to securely authenticate to Kerberos-secured web applications running on Server 2008 - Server 2016. However, with Server 2019, the server hardening security recommendations have changed, and older, less secure encryption ciphers (like RC4_HMAC_MD5) are no longer enabled.
According to the API Connect development team, API Connect does not support AES encryption for Kerberos security.
We need API Connect to support AES encryption types so that we can securely authenticate to Kerberos-secured web apps running on Server 2019+.
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