The security keys that IDOL Content Component uses to encrypt and decrypt the security information that it uses for user security.

To use AES encryption (recommended), set SecurityInfoKeys to the file name and path of the AES key file. IDOL Content Component then uses this key file to encrypt and decrypt the SecurityInfo tokens. For information about how to create a key file, refer to the IDOL Server Administration Guide.

For older systems that use TEA encryption, set SecurityInfoKeys to four signed 32-bit integers (between 0 and 2147483647), separated with commas. There must be no space before or after the commas.

You must always change SecurityInfoKeys from the value in the default configuration file when you install IDOL Content Component.


You must set SecurityInfoKeys to the same value that you use for all other components that use an AES key file or four-number security identifier.

In cases where you use a DAH in an IDOL Server unified configuration, and you use the user security encryption keys, you must configure SecurityInfoKeys in both the [Security] and [DistributionSettings] sections of the IDOL Server configuration file.

Type: String
Required: Yes
Configuration Section: Security
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