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

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How to use aes-encryption in PostgreSQL?

I tried aes-encryption by using following statement: SELECT encrypt('test', 'key', 'aes'); which worked, but I am not able to decrypt the value. I inserted it in a field of datatype bytea but I'm ...
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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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How to properly secure MySQL database?

We have a web application based on the famous triad apache + php + mysql which we sell to our customers and gets installed on their servers. Currently, we are using MySQL 5.1.41 which has only a ...
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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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Simple Implementation of SQL Server 2008 Encryption

I am looking at using some of SQL Server 2008's encryption. I have read the following article on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms179331.aspx Q1a: Is the master key password ...
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What are the first necessary actions needed to help secure a database's schema & data? [closed]

This smells like an open-ended, opinionated, wiki free-for-all, but I'm not trying to make this a battle of opinions. It seems like there should be a good checklist out there for all to agree on ...
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Is data encrypted by ENCRYPTBYPASSPHRASE() protected by the service master key?

In a recent question, What does the Service Master Key protect?, it was suggested that the service master key protects, among other things, data encrypted by ENCRYPTPASSPHRASE(). Is this true?
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How do I backup/restore database encryption key in order to restore on new server

I am currently in the process of restoring a TDE encrypted database to another instance. I have backed up master key and certificate, and have restored them to the new server fine, but I am still ...
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Replicate or Call java encryption function in Oracle pl/sql

I am trying to replicate encryption/decryption method present in java in Oracle DB, so that data encrypted in java can be decrypted through Oracle Function. Below is java code: package com.encr; ...
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Secure postgresql database encryption

According to this answer, it's not possible to have a fully secure database encryption with pgcrypto. Now, 2 years later (in postgresql 9.3) is there any new extension or new method to have a ...
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What does the Service Master Key protect?

I am looking for a complete list of items that the Service Master Key is used to protect in SQL Server 2008.