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awarded  Autobiographer
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accepted How to know who I am protecting database information from?
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23
comment How to know who I am protecting database information from?
Thanks for the answer. I currently use a "user-encryption" described briefly above by Igal, in which I encrypt a field when it is submitted by the user and store that field in its encrypted state in the database. To decrypt I remove the field from the database, and decrypt in similar fashion. Do you believe this approach would benefit from (redundantly) implementing TDE? - thanks, crawfish
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accepted How do I securely store and retrieve a many-time use key?
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revised How do I securely store and retrieve a many-time use key?
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asked How do I securely store and retrieve a many-time use key?
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accepted I want to have the security of my crypto code checked, how should I go about doing so?
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comment I want to have the security of my crypto code checked, how should I go about doing so?
I've read that post a few times, even asked a question about PGP as a result: security.stackexchange.com/questions/17077/… Basically I've determined that I am not able to use PGP or GPG and have to "roll my own crypto" (which is an awfully vague expression in my opinion). But having said that, I think a security audit seems to be my only option, so thanks for the confirmation
Jul
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comment How to know who I am protecting database information from?
I don't know much about database queries - what are the possible answers to your question?
Jul
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asked How to know who I am protecting database information from?
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asked I want to have the security of my crypto code checked, how should I go about doing so?
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awarded  Scholar
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comment Using GPG or PGP for symmetric database encryption/decryption in c#
nope thanks though
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revised Using GPG or PGP for symmetric database encryption/decryption in c#
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accepted Using GPG or PGP for symmetric database encryption/decryption in c#
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asked Using GPG or PGP for symmetric database encryption/decryption in c#
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asked Using GPG or PGP for symmetric database encryption/decryption in c#