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Encrypt content on Azure without using KeyVault? [duplicate]

Need to store some content in Azure Blob Storage, and want to encrypt prior to storing it on Azure Blob (we don't want to rely on Azure storage encryption on-rest). The issue is we do not want to ...
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How to use encrypted internal strings and config? [duplicate]

I was reading the CIA leaked documents on wikileaks, I saw in their "best practices" section that it was advised to encrypt all strings and config information and to de-crypt in memory when needed. ...
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Alternative to storing passwords when dealing with integrations that only allow username/password authentication? [duplicate]

I'm working on an integration with an external service that requires per-user authentication, like Facebook for example, but unlike Facebook only allows username+password for this authentication. My ...
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Keeping software signing keys secure

I am creating an application that will automatically sign code with secure keys (.key). The app will run on Windows environment developed in .NET environment (C#). Signing is simple: source code + ...
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What is the Best Method to Store SQL Host, Username and Password for Multiple Databases?

I have a large project which has multiple web servers (one for each client), one application (for all clients), and multiple SQL databases (one for each client) as pictured below. . For security ...
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Standards for encrypting passwords in configuration files?

My workplace has a standard that plaintext passwords are not allowed in application configuration files. This makes enough sense on its face, in case someone gets access to the config files they don'...
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Is it secured to store the encrypted key in the database (encrypted by other cipher)?

I want to improve the encryption flow used by my application. Today I use the AES cipher while its key and its IvBuffer are hardcoded in the code. I know it is not secured and I want to improve this. ...
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How can I safely store a password in a .class file?

I have some .java files containing some password variables, and these variables have values: String password = "xyz"; Now after run, when I open the .class file, it contains those passwords. How can ...
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How to make Automated API calls which are at least minimally secure? [duplicate]

How do I go about writing scripts (for automation) in Powershell (and possibly even Python) that help me access APIs while keeping the credentialing information either secure IN the script and/or ...
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Storing data encryption key in the DB. Safe or not?

I'm currently taking over a service and while looking through the DB, I noticed that we encrypt some of our data using a function in the DB where the encryption key is hardcoded in the DB function. ...
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Storing passwords for personal app [duplicate]

I am currently writing a script on a raspberryPi (in python) to automate some tasks in online accounts. While some of these online accounts have nice APIs I can use, others do not and I have to resort ...
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Where to store a key for system wide encryption/decryption?

I have a web application where (among other things) customers can upload files and administrators can then download those files. The uploaded files are stored on ServerA and the web application used ...
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Using a hash in place of user data

I'm storing client data and they are sensitive about privacy and security of the data. In some cases, I don't need the actual data, but could work with a hash of the data. For example, in the case of ...
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How do I securely encrypt and store database encryption keys? [duplicate]

I have a database with encrypted information, and want to encrypt each entry with a different key. Then I want to store the encrypted keys in another database. I know I have to encrypt the keys before ...
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How to store an encryption key on shared hosting?

I am designing a simple online patient management system that is running on shared hosting. According to national regulation sensitive data should be encrypted when used online, so I have encrypted ...

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