you have to encrypt them in the application and
make the key stored as safe as possible, however
for a full intrution there is no way to protect
data which can not be only hashed
somewhere you need the information how to encrypt them
Am 05.02.2013 15:18, schrieb Mike Franon:
> I tried all these methods and you are right this is not going to work for us.
> I am not a developer, does anyone have any good links or reference to
> the best way I can share with my developers on best way to encrypt and
> decrypt personal user info.
> We do not store credit cards, but want to store 3 tables that have
> email address, ip address, and personal info.
> On Sun, Feb 3, 2013 at 12:57 PM, Reindl Harald <h.reindl@stripped> wrote:
>> Am 03.02.2013 18:52, schrieb Mike Franon:
>>> I was wondering what type of encryption for linux would you recommend
>>> to encrypt the database files on the OS level? I had a hard time
>>> starting the database after I moved it to a partiton with encryptFS
>>> I only need 3 tables encrypted and know it is better to do it from the
>>> application, but unfortunately that cannot happen for a while.
>>> Has anyone done OS file level encryption, and if so which one did they use?
>> but this all is useless in case of intrusion because the FS
>> is unlocked and you have no gain - FS encryption only matters
>> if your notebook or disks get stolen which is unlikely on a server
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