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TLS (Transport Layer Security) is a type of cryptographic protocol that uses certificates to provide authentication and data encryption between servers, devices, and applications operating over the network. A common use of TLS is to secure connections from a web server to a user browser.

TLS Certificate is synchronized to the CMDB OOB as a mapping attribute DocumentType "TLS Certificate" . For more information, see CDM Mapping for Host.