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revised Can we reverse engineer binlog with row format to make MySQL AES_ENCRYPT visible?
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comment Can we reverse engineer binlog with row format to make MySQL AES_ENCRYPT visible?
I too agree its not secure & I know about row-based formatting. My question is can we reverse engineer the row-formatted binary logs to extract the data out. for e.g. as mentioned in mysqlperformanceblog.com/2010/05/06/…
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asked Can we reverse engineer binlog with row format to make MySQL AES_ENCRYPT visible?
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comment Where to store Java keystore password?
actually there is no user specific keys, its data specific. In my situation, the keystore is storing the keys which can encrypt/decrypt the data & user accessibility to the method that read from this keystore & the data is only after proper authentication. That is why I said the access is with program.
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asked Where to store Java keystore password?
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comment Using RADIUS for host authentication
TACACS says > TACACS+ and RADIUS have generally replaced TACACS and XTACACS in more recently built or updated networks.
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accepted Are there any solutions available which conform to AAA protocol?
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asked Are there any solutions available which conform to AAA protocol?
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comment After How Much Data Encryption (AES-256) we should change key?
A followup question - why then some of business process press on rotating keys after 90 days?
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revised How to make a secure key distribution scheme/protocol?
Edited question heading for more clarity
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