Encrypted payment files

Created by Erik Åkerlund, Modified on Wed, 07 Feb 2024 at 11:28 AM by Jenny Johansson

Payment files are created in Treasury System (TS) and sent to third party through a secured communication channel according to the standard setup for payment files in TS.

The third party runs the connection to the Bank and encrypt payments files according to agreement between Bank and yourself.

In addition to above, TS can encrypt and sign the file sent from TS to third party. Currently, we support PGP encryption. 

In TS, the setup of payment file encryption is easily handled and do not need any involvement by TS IT/Consultants. 

Step 1

Receive the public encryption key from the third party: 

  • Go to Settings / Credentials 
  • Create a new ID (any name) , choose type Encryption Key press Save (Fig 1)
  • Reload the page
  • Mark the ID you have just created and press Import Public Key (Fig 2) 

Fig 1

Fig 2

Pick the public key you have received. In the field Identifier write the same as in ID

Note! the file needs to be of the type .asc. If not .asc from the beginning just change the file format (name).

Step 2

Second step is to create a signing key

 Add a new ID in credentials and choose Signing Key

Reload page

Mark the ID you have Just created choose Create signing key

Give the key a name

Choose encryption alternative Defaulted is RSA3072 but please confirm with the third party which alternative that should be used.

Enter the number of years the key should be valid ( Valid number of years is 2-20)

Step 3

Third step is to export the public key to the third party 

Press export public key and save the file at an agreed place.

The information is then used in the Integration set up. Payment Export

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