This section explains how you can set up the security configurations in your data services server. This also covers how you can protect your system from common security attacks. For example, 'Poodle' is a bug in the SSL version 3 protocol, which exposes critical data encrypted between clients and servers. 'Logjam' is a security threat (man-in-the-middle attack), which is caused by weak ciphers. These security vulnerabilities can be avoided by the transport level security configurations available in WSO2 products.
See the following topics for instructions: