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Security in-transit: support for secure protocols

  • Updated: 9/01/2020
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Security in-transit: support for secure protocols

The Automation Anywhere platform supports secure protocols such as Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 and HTTPS data transfer.

Automation Anywhere Enterprise uses secure protocols TLS 1.2 and HTTPS for data transfer.

  • Bot deployment from the Control Room to remote Bot Runners uses TCP + TLS 1.2 protocols.
  • Bot upload and download from a Bot Creator to the Control Room uses HTTPS protocol.
  • Credentials are encrypted using RSA 2048 bit.
  • Transfer of encoded credentials between the Control Room, the Bot Runner, and the Bot Creator uses an existing layer of TLS.
  • Transfer of any information from the Control Room to a database and vice versa uses TDS + TLS 1.2 protocols.
  • Distributed caching and messaging communication between Control Roomservers and caching service services uses TLS for secure data in motion.
  • WebSocket communication with real-time data service in the Control Room uses HTTPS protocol.

HTTP Security Headers

All the Control Room responses contain the following HTTP security headers:
  • X-Frame-Options
  • X-XSS-Protection
  • X-Content-Type-Options
  • Strict-Transport-Security
  • Content-Security-Policy
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