Stream Lock Service
SSL certificates from the StreamLock service
StreamLock is a security option for network encryption that provides near-instant provisioning of 2048-bit Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates for use with Wowza media server software.
StreamLock-provisioned SSL certificates provide the best security when used with Real Time Messaging Protocol (RTMP) and they can also be used for secure HTTP streaming (HTTPS). StreamLock an easier way to securely stream video using RTMPS. The SSL StreamLock is available with any Subscription with Streaming Pulse server and it’s free.
HTTPS means HTTP implementation over Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol. This protocol is able to encrypt HTTP streaming traffic such as HLS, HDS, and Smooth.
Use the Free Wowza StreamLock
Use SSL in conjunction with token-based authentication to secure your HTTP streaming via Apple HLS, Adobe HDS, and Microsoft Smooth Streaming.
RTMPS is RTMP over SSL. It’s a method for securing Adobe Flash RTMP streaming and can be used in conjunction with SecureToken to protect Flash streaming.
RTMPE is RTMP over an encrypted connection and is another method for securing Flash RTMP streaming. RTMPE is less secure than RTMPS. To provide the best security for RTMP streaming,
On-the-Fly DRM for Any Screen
BuyDRM™ KeyOS™ provides Microsoft PlayReady protection for MPEG-DASH (using Common Encryption), Apple HLS, and Microsoft Smooth Streaming playback with BuyDRM players and Smooth Streaming clients on Mac and PC, iOS and Android devices, Windows phones, game consoles, set-top boxes, and smart TVs.
EZDRM provides Microsoft PlayReady protection for Smooth Streaming clients on Mac and PC, Windows phones, game consoles, set-top boxes, and smart TVs, and with Discretix SecurePlayer media players on iOS and Android devices.
Verimatrix provides both Verimatrix® VCAS™ and Microsoft PlayReady protection for Apple HLS and Smooth Streaming playback with Verimatrix ViewRight® Web and Smooth Streaming clients on Mac and PC, iOS and Android devices, Windows phones, game consoles, set-top boxes, and smart TVs.