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From:Lenz Grimmer Date:June 25 2003 10:11am
Subject:RE: AES 256-Bit Encryption and /etc/my.cnf
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Hi,

On Tue, 24 Jun 2003, Daevid Vincent wrote:

> It would be really nice if ANY of these kinds of configuration options
> were settable via the /etc/my.cnf file. I use RPM's almost exclusively
> for their ease of maintenance, compatibility and stability and I
> certainly wouldn't want to go and have to re-compile anything just to
> change a value from 128 to 256. As a feature request/suggestion on
> behalf of every other RPM (or package such as .deb or .mdk or whatever)
> user, I implore you guys at mysql.com to consider this going forward.

Thanks for your suggestion, which I will forward to the developer in
charge of that part of the code. However, I am not sure if we can fulfil
this request. Enabling 256 bit encryption by default may pose legal
problems (export regulations), but IANAL. We shall see.

Bye,
	LenZ
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Thread
AES 256-Bit EncryptionHerb Wartens11 Jun
  • Re: AES 256-Bit EncryptionLenz Grimmer24 Jun
    • RE: AES 256-Bit Encryption and /etc/my.cnfDaevid Vincent24 Jun
      • RE: AES 256-Bit Encryption and /etc/my.cnfLenz Grimmer25 Jun
        • RE: AES 256-Bit Encryption and /etc/my.cnfDaevid Vincent26 Jun