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Restricting Connections to Secure Transport

MySQL 5.7 makes secure connections easier with streamlined key generation for both MySQL Community and MySQL Enterprise, improves security by expanding support for TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2, and helps administrators assess whether clients are connecting securely or not with new visibility into connection types.  Extending this emphasis on secure connections, MySQL Server 5.7 introduces a new server-side configuration option allowing MySQL administrators the ability to restrict connections to clients who use secure transport.  The blog post will examine this new configuration option and demonstrate its usage.

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