Add Secure Property plugin or editor

 

This is a useful plugin when you have to encrypt or decrypt secure properties in MuleSoft application. it’s quite easy to Add Secure Property plugin or editor in Anypoint studio.

Add plugin to Studio

Go to Help -> Install New Software

Add Secure Property plugin or editor

 

Add http://security-update-site-1.4.s3.amazonaws.com/ in URL

Add Secure Property plugin or editor

 

Select Premium and click next

Add Secure Property plugin or editor

 

Click next and select accept

 

And Click Finish to install the plugin

 

Select Install anyway

 

Restart now and this will restart the Anypoint Studio

 

Encrypt and Decrypt properties file

 

Create new file

 

Provide the file name

 

Open the file using Mule Properties editor

 

Click the add button on top to add the properties

 

Provide the key details and click encrypt

 

Select the algorithm and algorithm key – this key needs to be taken care as through this only any value can be decrypted

 

Value will be encrypted now

Add Secure Property plugin or editor

 

Click ok and now we can see the key/value pair in properties file

Add Secure Property plugin or editor

 

Also, We can now encrypt and decrypt the text and file (limited to YAML file only) directly using https://secure-properties-api.us-e1.cloudhub.io/ Thanks Abu Abdilmajid for providing us this detail.

 

  
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manish
manish
2 years ago

It’s showing error as “couldn’t find http://security-update-site-1.4.s3.amazonaws.com/

Seshu
Seshu
3 months ago
Reply to  manish

For me also same

Abu Abdilmajid
Abu Abdilmajid
1 year ago

An even easier way to encrypt secure properties without installing any plugin (though only works with YAML files):
https://secure-properties-api.us-e1.cloudhub.io/

Kalyani
Kalyani
1 year ago
Reply to  admin

In this URL – https://secure-properties-api.us-e1.cloudhub.io/, I have given the below details under both File and File Level tabs:

Input File – config.yaml
Output File Name – secure-config.yaml
Key – secure-config (key can be any name, right ?)

But, when I’m clicking on Generate button, no file is getting created.
Please assist.

If I’m giving single key-value under String tab, then it’s generating me an encrypted value.

Melvin
Melvin
1 year ago

Tried all the above….i see the mule properties editor in the software to install. But after the install and reboot, the mule properties editor does not show up. I just see the Properties File editor