How to minimize security risk when having to work with decrypted (plain text) passwords due to 3rd party API design
I'm developing an application (C#) for Microsoft SharePoint platform that uses SQL Server's (2008 R2) Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) technology. To accomplish certain client-side tasks, I must obtain ...
I am building an application in VB.NET (WinForms) utilizing SQL Server 2008 R2 as a Backend. The application is to track employee's money they defer each paycheck, or month, to deposit into separate ...
I have a table where all columns need to be encrypted (aside from the PK). This will be achieved using AES at the application level. However there is one particular field that needs to remain ...
Quick intro: Small company, VERY limited resources. I pretty much do everything including coffe. I am a programmer, not a security guy. That's why i ask you... We have an MS-SQL 2008 Database ...
I'm working on an ASP.NET web application that will have to store sensitive information. I would like to encrypt the sensitive fields to protect against any possible SQL injection vulnerabilities. ...
I am going to store data in an encrypted SQL Server CE 4 database, where the database is doing the encryption. (Note that SQL CE is the embedded version, not the fully installed server.) When the ...
I am considering encrypting my database and/or encrypting only certain columns in a few tables. Is it worth the time? I mean, how much of a burden would it be on someone if they were to get a hold of ...