In May 2017 we made a fork of Sphinxsearch 2.3.2, which we called Manticore Search. Below you will find a brief report on Manticore Search as a fork of Sphinx and our achievements since then. Why did we fork Sphinx? First of all, why did we do the fork? At the end of 2016, Read more about Manticore Search: 3 years after forking from Sphinx[…]
In Manticore 3.1.2 was added support for data encryption between your application or another client (curl, browser etc) and Manticore Search daemon. It's important to have it enabled if you need to protect your data (queries, responses) from interception inside your local network and especially if you connect to Manticore Search over the internet. Setting it up requires using certificates. Below is just an example of how it can be done with self-signed certificates, there may be other options like purchasing certificates signed by a real CA.
In this tutorial, we will study how to use SSL in work with Manticore Search.
In case if you want to go through an interactive course, go here.