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Is it safe to expose MongoDB ObjectID to users (e.g. in URI)?

I'm developing a RESTful API using MongoDB as the backend. The easiest thing to do programmatically would be to simply use MongoDB's _id field in the URI, such as: ...
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Should I keep all UUIDv4 generated oAuth2 Bearer Tokens in my database to prevent an attack?

I generate oauth2 access and refresh tokens and store them in my database. I generate these tokens using UUID v4 and remove the dashes. I used to delete the tokens after they expire but now I store ...
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Central Authentication Server

I have many client devices that I need to reverse SSH tunnel into. I am finding that managing all these certificate files are becoming cumbersome. I am looking into a centralized authentication ...
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Field-level encryption vs disk encryption for PCI compliance

We are in the process of setting up a PCI compliant server (with Firehost's help). We are using MongoDB as our primary database. I am having some concerns about the encryption, though. Are there any ...
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Is a mongodb build that uses the -ssl option vulnerable to heartbleed?

If one is using MongoDB enterprise, or built MongoDB from source using the -ssl option (as described here), is that MongoDB vulnerable to the heartbleed bug? I know mongo needed openssl-devel to be ...
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Designing a security and encryption strategy for MongoHQ

I'm trying to design the best strategy to achieve the following goals: Securing data-on-the-wire between my server and MongoHQ. Encrypting all data-at-rest with MongoHQ (possibly key values as ...
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How secure is MongoDB wire protocol?

I'm building a JavaFX 2.0 standalone application (it'll be distributed as an .exe) and it opens a connection to a MongoDB instance. The connection is just a standard Mongo connection using the Mongo ...
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Isn't MongoDB actually storing plaintext passwords?

According to the documentation at http://docs.mongodb.org/meta-driver/latest/legacy/implement-authentication-in-driver/: The driver then runs the authenticate command for the database on which to ...
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What are Security Practices for NoSql databases [duplicate]

I want to know what are the best practices to secure NoSql database like MongoDB. How is it possible? Any tips?
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What type of attacks can be used vs MongoDB?

I'm starting to learn MongoDB and was curious if it was susceptible to some type of injection attack similar to SQLi. Due to the nature of the DB, I don't think you can inject into it but... What ...
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Store user passwords in NoSQL database?

I am currently coding the backend of a website and I have not come across an article where this is discussed. I want to store all my application data in MongoDB but I'd like to split out my sensitive ...
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How to secure a MongoDB instance? [closed]

Does anybody have experience with securing/hardening MongoDB server? Check lists or guides would be welcome.
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Encrypting with Mongo

How can I achieve the following goals? All compute and storage to be located in the cloud. Encryption in transit of all data between web nodes and db nodes running MongoDB. How to set up tunnels? ...