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What are US Crytographic Regulations used in Weblogic Server?

The United States regulates the export of cryptographic software to
other nations. “Strong” encryption can only be exported from the
United States to qualifying customers. Because of these restrictions,
the generally-available WebLogic Server has only exportable-strength
encryption.

The “strength” of encryption in a software product is regulated
according to the number of bits in the encryption keys. The more bits
in an encryption key, the more difficult it is to break the
encryption.

  • The exportable version of WebLogic Server is restricted to 512-bit
    certificates (for authentication and public key encryption) and 40-bit
    keys for bulk data encryption.

     

  • The domestic version of WebLogic Server supports 768-bit and
    1024-bit certificates and 128-bit bulk data encryption
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