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revised How to properly anonymize data, if hashing isn't enough?
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comment what fields should I encrypt in a database containing user information?
I think it depends a lot on your database usage, if you'll do search on those fields or not...
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This last comment will make this question unsuitable for this site. "How to write a program" won't even catch attention at StackOverflow.
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comment Why can't you work backwards with public key to decrypt a message?
@ChrisCudmore thank you, I'll edit to improve it as you commented
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comment Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
@kojiro The message is something, the media is another. The message is "Hello world", once you read it, I just can avoid that you spread it if I prevent you talking to anyone else. Except in a very restrict environment, where anyone who has access to the message dies or is isolated from the humanity, any time someone has access to the message, you lost control over it.
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comment Is it possible to construct a passively self-destructing message?
TTL = time to live, I think...
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