The conversion of data into a form that cannot be easily understood by unauthorized users.

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Configure encryption in MariaDB specific to Windows/XAMPP

I want to configure encryption in MariaDB specific to Windows/XAMPP. Normal configuration on Linux machine is provided on MariaDB website Can anyone can suggest steps how to configure MariaDB ...
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SQL Server doesn't send intermediate SSL certificates

I am connecting to SQL Server (2008 R2) over open Internet and properly encrypting the connection is essential. I have COMODO certificate with two intermediate certificates between root CA and server ...
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What is the best way to store SSH fingerprints and public keys?

I'm building a virtual Keyring in our DB to allow users to store PGP/GPG public keys with relation to email addresses so that they can optionally encrypt all communications our system sends them. I'm ...
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SQL server standard edition encryption [duplicate]

I'm trying to look into what kind of encryption I can do with SQL server standard edition from 2008 forth, so far I know that I can't use TDE as that's part of EKM. When I look up this topic I'm ...
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What encryption options are available in SQL server standard edition? [duplicate]

I'm trying to look into what kind of encryption I can do with SQL server standard edition from 2008 and later. So far, I know that I can't use Transparent Data Encryption (TDE) as that's part of ...
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Encrypt and keep sensitive data in MySQL

I have a process that parses a JSON API and loads the data into MySQL database. I have some sensitive data that should be encrypted, such as firstname, lastname, email, zip, address, credit card ...
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Postgresql Encryption by middleware

I am trying to encrypt a Postgresql database to fit some new requirements. The applications accessing this database are already in production and I would prefer to not make changes to them. I have ...
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Why CONTROL permission on certificate to be able to use it?

As per https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms190499.aspx, to open a symmetric key that is encrypted by a certificate, a user needs the CONTROL permission on the certificate. I tested this and ...
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Set “Encryption Enabled” to FALSE…what can go wrong?

I'm migrating a database from SQL Server 2012 to SQL Server 2014 on the Same server. I'm configuring LOG SHIPPING on a database that is apparently encrypted: When setting the log shipping i got ...
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How to test encryption on Amazon RDS MySQL?

Our company is creating a MySQL RDS with encryption enabled. Now, as we are new to RDS, we have couple of questions related to RDS. Once we create a MySQL RDS with encryption enabled, how will we ...
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Move encrypted String from Oracle DB to DB2

I have a normal String athakur@test.com. It is stored encrypted in oracle DB with some encryption key. The algo used is not available in DB2 and I want the same data in DB2. I am not able to ...
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How to view security permissions for encryption keys in SQL server

Is there a way to view the security permissions assigned for encryption keys in SQL Server? Furthermore, where are all these keys stored?
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How long is the output of EncryptByPassPhrase(), relative to the input?

I'm starting an encryption project, using EncryptByPassPhrase(), mostly on VARCHAR values. Naturally, the encrypted values are longer than the originals. Is there a formula I can use to calculate ...
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Client-side encryption in Postgres

We're developing an application that allows our clients to submit jobs to our server. After a job is submitted, the server spins up worker machines to process parts of the job. Worker machines ...
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Opening Symmetric Keys

I am trying to open a symmetric key I created in a database, but it doesn't seem to be working. I am executing the query as dbo and it even says that it is completed successfully. However, the value ...
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CryptDB - cannot connect to proxy (ERROR 1105 (HY000): (proxy) all backends are down)

I install CryptDB in Ubuntu 14.04. I want to start the proxy: $ /home/user/cryptdb/bins/proxy-bin/bin/mysql-proxy \ --plugins=proxy \ --event-threads=4 \ --max-open-files=1024 \ ...
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Encryption/Decryption with StoredProcedure/View

I'm working on a project that uses EntityFramework for programmers to access the data. We've recently found need to add fields that were determined that need to be encrypted. This will be the first ...
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Trigger (insert/update) and procedure Required to encrypt data in MySQL

Is there any good way of doing encryption/decryption by use of triggers and procedure in MySQL. Looking for following to achieve in sequence Unload data for specific column to some other ...
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How can I check if connection to Sql Server is encrypted?

In Sql Server I can Force Encrytion in protocols settings. If I leave that set to No any client can still require encryption. Can I somehow see what connections to the database are using encryption?
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encryption key for SQL Server 2012 Reporting services [closed]

Is it required to have an encryption key for SQL Server 2012 Reporting services?
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SQL TDE Key Format

I'm trying to find the Key Format that SQL TDE uses. Is it PKCS? If so, what #? I haven't been able to identify this based on research done on MS website. And, there is no mention of key format during ...
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OPENDJ(LDAP) and Oracle 12c - Encrypted Password

I would like to know what values ​​the user authentication using a coded password accepted . In Oracle 12c of the hashing algorithm was indeed upgraded to a PBKDF2 based on SHA512 . I have an LDAP ...
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Can i use PGP for securing My database

I have considered TDE and cell level encryption mechanism for securing my database. but these two cannot fully satisfies my requirements.through surfing i found that PGP may help me, but it is mainly ...
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Can we use TDE as an anti-injection technique

TDE prevent unauthorized access to the data by restoring the files to another server, because it requires the original encryption certificate and master key. If i applied a table level encryption ...
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SSL error during SQL Server install

During my SQL Server 2014 Enterprise installation efforts, I encountered an error near the end of the install that has prevented completion. A connection was successfully established with the ...
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encryption at rest for mysql

A MySQL database needs to contain highly sensitive data that cannot be left unencrypted at rest. But yet the database needs to remain searchable by an app. What are the options for encryption at ...
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Microsoft TDE Permissions For Changing Keys

I am setting up roles as a layer of protection inside of MSSQL. One of the roles will only have the ability to change database encryption keys for TDE on the database server. The server will be using ...
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TDE prep: key/certificate backup for restores

I am working in a dev environment to better understand TDE encryption. I have it working along with backups and restores on another server. Had a few questions, I know I need to backup the certificate ...
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Error while creating encryption wallet in Oracle

I need to encrypt tablespaces in my Oracle DB. Following the instructions I edited sqlnet.ora file by adding ENCRYPTION_WALLET_LOCATION. Full content of file listed below: NAMES.DIRECTORY_PATH= ...
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Deny BACKUP CERTIFICATE

In SQL Server, there are three database roles that have CONTROL certificate permissions. Those are db_owner, db_DDLadmin and db_securityadmin. Also, the documentation for decryptbycert specifies ...
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Export a table and zip with password

I would like, from TSQL, to use a view to extract data from a table, output it with BCP, then use non 3rd party tools to ZIP it with a password and AES encryption. Optionnally, I could use a 3rd party ...
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Check if encrpytion key is valid in DB2

I have a DB2 table where one of the columns is encrypted using the two parameter variant of ENCRYPT (so the password is supplied in the SQL itself). Unfortunately due to an ETL issue the column got ...
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Cannot Decrypt the encrypted columns from the database backup on local machine

I've a SQL server 2014 running on one of our server. We're in the process of implementing security steps for our databases. I've encrypted a column in one of the table in the database on the server. ...
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Running Cassandra on Encypted filesystem

Looking for pointers for running Cassandra on a Linux File system encrypted by open source tools. Will this satisfy "data-at-rest" encryption ? Is the encryption transparent to Cassandra DB ...
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Alternatives to SQL Server TDE

Due to the high cost of SQL Server Enterprise Edition which includes the Transparent Data Encryption feature I am looking for an alternative product and have only found a couple of options: ...
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SharePoint 2013 Database encryption

I'm using SharePoint 2013 with SQL Server 2012 as persistence layer. I need to encrypt the data stored in the database. I stumbled upon the SQL Server feature Transparent Data Encryption (TDE). What ...
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How to safeguard a symmetric key in SQL Server

I've got a database in which I need to store the encrypted values for a column. I use the SQL Server encryption format for encryption. The format is as follows: CREATE MASTER KEY ENCRYPTION BY ...
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Encryption in SQL Server 2012/2014

We are hosting sharepoint DBs with AlwaysOn AGs and FCI. My boss asked me what the options for encryption are on the content database, it's backup files and at the column level? I have read about ...
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SQL 2012 Standard Edition (on Azure VM) + Bitlocker. Good or Bad idea?

I will start this question with a few statements to negate any "Why" questions that are going to be asked. The Head of IT wants the data encrypted. Our profession is such that encrypted data is ...
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SQL Server : GRANT REFERENCES Fails With Msg 15151 as Windows User with sysadmin role and also as 'sa' [closed]

Okay, what am I missing? Someone please hit me with the proverbial clue-by-four. On SQL Server 2008 R2, I execute this command: GRANT REFERENCES ON ASYMMETRIC KEY ::IRESKey to XYZZYEXT; I get this ...
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Using SQL Server with BitLocker

I have an application that is running on a device that has two partitions: C and D. The application runs off of C while D contains the SQL Server database (mdf file). In addition, D is also encrypted ...
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Separation of Duties - Can a DBA patch or Upgrade a SQL Server 2008 R2 DB without TDE Encryption keys?

Are there any considerations I should have in mind when I patch or upgrade a TDE encrypted database? In the context of separation of duties, does the person executing the patch or upgrade process need ...
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Restore db with encrypted column in SQL Server, without overwriting existing Service Master Key

Scenario: Server1 running SQL Server 2012 with Service Master Key A, db1 with Database Master Key 1, symmetric key and certificate available. Password used to protect the DBMK 1 is unknown, ...
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Restore Database w Master Key and storing password in plain text

We have a (SQL Agent)job that backs up our production db nightly(and restores to a test db server) and we're adding encryption to some of the columns in our tables. I created a master key and bound ...
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Good encryption performance

I'm converting a sql server database to postgresql 9.4. I'm stuck on something that is really really slow. I use copy to bulk insert 200 files of 5000 lines each into 200 tables (one file per table). ...
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SQL server service won’t start after disabling TLS 1.0 and SSL 3.0 [duplicate]

Because of security reasons, we disabled TLS 1.0 and older protocols on our windows, and enabled just TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 under the following registry path: ...
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Query to List Encryption Certificate for Databases

What certificate is being used to encrypt each of the databases on the instances. I can get the data using the following but how do I write the queries USE master GO -- this provides the list of ...
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Which databases support encryption [closed]

I'm searching for a database that can run on Windows and can be accessed with C#. The Database also requires that the data can be encrypted (ideally without backdoors). Can MariaDB serve here?
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Can we protect data form Database Administrator by encrypting the data?

How can we protect data on my database which is MySQL form database administrator stealing it? Will encrypting it prevent it from being stolen? If yes, how as he already has access to the database ...
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encrypt data without performance issues?

I've googled around for the last 45 minutes or so and it seems like that I can't figure out what kind of options I got when it comes up to encryption in databases. Problem: I got a SaaS product and ...