Reflection applications can authenticate using digital certificates An integral part of a PKI (Public Key Infrastructure). Digital certificates (also called X.509 certificates) are issued by a certificate authority (CA), which ensures the validity of the information in the certificate. Each certificate contains identifying information about the certificate owner, a copy of the certificate owner's public key (used for encrypting and decrypting messages and digital signatures), and a digital signature (generated by the CA based on the certificate contents). The digital signature is used by a recipient to verify that the certificate has not been tampered with and can be trusted. located in either the Windows certificate store or the Reflection certificate store (or both). The Reflection certificate store can be used for authentication during Secure Shell and/or SSL/TLS sessions.
Use the Reflection Certificate manager to manage the digital certificates in the Reflection certificate store and to configure other aspects of Reflection PKI support.