The glossary contains a list of key Trino terms and definitions.
Certificate Authority, a trusted organization that examines and validates organizations and their proposed server URIs, and issues digital certificates verified as valid for the requesting organization.
Java KeyStore, the system of public key cryptography supported as one part of the Java security APIs. The legacy JKS system recognizes keys and certificates stored in keystore files, typically with the
.jksextension, and relies on a system-level list of CAs in truststore files installed as part of the current Java installation.
A cryptographic key specified as a pair of public and private keys.
- Load Balancer (LB)
Software or a hardware device that sits on a network’s outer edge or firewall and accepts network connections on behalf of servers behind that wall. Load balancers carefully manage network traffic, and can accept TLS connections from incoming clients and pass those connections transparently to servers behind the wall.
Privacy-Enhanced Mail, a syntax for private key information, and a content type used to store and send cryptographic keys and certificates. PEM format can contain both a key and its certificate, plus the chain of certificates from authorities back to the root CA, or back to a CA vendor’s intermediate CA.
- PKCS #12
A binary archive used to store keys and certificates or certificate chains that validate a key. PKCS #12 files have
Secure Sockets Layer, now superceded by TLS, but still recognized as the term for what TLS does now.
Transport Layer Security is the successor to SSL. These security topics use the term TLS to refer to both TLS and SSL.