Re: regarding using public key to verify client
First of all, do you think who is responsible to verify the signature? Your
application? Or (one of) the components of Cloud Foundry? I assume the
former is your answer. I think there is no functionality in Cloud Foundry to
verify client signature.
Then, if you use the Cloud Foundry java-buildpack to deploy your
application, I think there is the only one way to send key files with your
app on deployment. It is to add your key files to your app's war / jar / zip
file, primitively like:
jar uvf your-war-jar-zip-file path-to-your-key-files-or-directories
But you may add a maven / gradle task to do such a thing.
This is because the Cloud Foundry java-buildpack accepts only one zip-format
file on a deployment.
# Please correct this post if I am wrong. Thank you.
Suppose my application is deployed on the cloud foundry and my client
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