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

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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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Encrypting a Database row-by-row

I have a large database (millions of rows in hundreds of tables) that contains sensitive data (Think SSNs, account numbers, etc). I am tasked with safeguarding the data and have chosen to encrypt only ...
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MySQL encryption for 'database at rest' on cloud services

We are migrating our system to a cloud environment (AWS), and have been given new client requirements for having our MySQL data-at-rest encrypted. Currently it is unclear how far this should go. It ...
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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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when to open and close symmetric keys

I am adding column encryption to a few tables using symmetric key encryption. In each one of the procs, I write code to open and close a keys. It seems a bit verbose to open and close them in each ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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Why use asymmetric keys in SQL Server?

I've been reading multiple resources on SQL Server Encryption, and everyone does it basically the same way, but no one explains why we use asymmetric keys in SQL Server. And by this I mean when we ...
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Accessing Encrypted SQL Server database through a web-based application

I have secured a database within SQL Server Instance on my local machine using Netlib Encryptionizer. I can access the database by securing my SQL Server instance using the same password as encrypted ...
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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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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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I Need to provide encryption at rest for a 50GB MySQL instance running on Centos 6.5

I can't use GusterFS because they don't recommend it and Ceph because it's clear they can't guarantee performance. I can't just encrypt certain database objects because it will take too much ...
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How to tell if Database Certificate Used?

I plan to migrate a SQL Server database to another server. There is a certificate listed under the Security > Certificates view in SSMS Object Explorer. I ran the below query to check if database is ...
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Restore of SQL service master key not required to decrypt data after migration?

This is a bit of the opposite of how this question is usually asked-- I used the following to create a database master key, a certificate, and a symmetric key: Here's how I created the certs/keys ...
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SQL Server TDE Stuck at Encryption_State 2 and 0% on a Tiny DB

I'm having a heck of a time with this issue and can't figure out what is wrong. I'm not sure how long this tiny DB has been in 'encryption_state = 2' from query: SELECT * FROM ...
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SSL Issue on SQL Server 2014 DEV SP1

We have a cert on our SQL Server 2014 dev box running SP1 with force encryption enabled. If we connect to the FQDN for the box the encryption works. If you put encryption on it works and if you don't ...
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How to use an external encryption key in an Oracle function?

I am storing People data in an Oracle 11g database. I am implementing symmetric encryption on one sensitive data column in my People table. For this, I created an Encrypt function based on the example ...
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how to force mysql 5.5 server to allow tls/ssl encrypted connections only?

given a mysql Server 5.5 community edition (which came with SLES 11sp4). i configured it to support TLS and it works fine. but i did not found any options or parameters to FORCE IT to do TLS/SSL ...
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Postgresql 42883 error code with encrypt function

Ok, the thing is that I'm doing a login controller on my database. Part of it is this function to create users that goes like this: create or replace function crear_usuario(par_usuario ...
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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 ...