Details on how data is being kept in memory/on disks, most frequently being applied to databases, media banks and backup-recovery solutions.

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Can I show Credit Card Data to final customers and be PCI Compliant?

I work with reservation management syatems. In the hospitality industry there is the concept of credit card as guarantee. By it when making any kind of reservation you are asked for your credit card ...
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how to store and retrieve nonce in practice

As nonce is supposed to be random and used only one time, when receiving a nonce, I need to check it with all past nonce records. That means I need a database to store every nonce I had before. Of ...
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How to store a file securely on the windows file system?

Problem: I have a windows service running under local system account. I have a blob of data that I want to store securely and persistently between reboots. I have decided to store it as afile( as ...
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Securing server from attacks and linking while allowing users to upload and store personal files?

I have read some questions and answers about uploading images specifically: Have I done enough not be compromised through image uploading Risks of a php image upload form Uploading images safe of ...
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Storing Tenants Cloud Keys In a Database

Imagine you are building a public service where you need to store the customer's cloud credentials(like their aws secret and access keys) in your database to regularly use by your backend services in ...
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Is the SanDisk ULLtraDIMM secure after power-down?

I found an interesting product last night called the SanDisk ULLtradDimm SSD (product page), which essentially claims drastic performance gains by plugging an SSD into a standard DDR3 memory channel. ...
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Is there a safe way to persist readable passwords?

Is there a safe way to store all your login credentials, keyed by the application they are for, in a file or some similar medium ? Additionally, is there a way to store them securely in the cloud ...