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How to simulate transparent data encryption (TDE) with SQL 2000 and 2005

Encryption of data at rest is becoming more and more crucial in today’s world. This tip is aimed to help businesses that do not have the budgets or resources to purchase hardware encryption tools or to upgrade to SQL 2008. It basically illustrates how to achive transparent file encryption with SQL 2005 or SQL 2000.  Read more...
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SQL Server 2005 - Hacking password Encryption

Part 2 of this article discusses how to hack/de-cipher the data that has been encrypted by passphrase.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2008/01/10 | Source: Database Journal | Category: encryption
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SQL Server 2005 Encryption types

SQL Server 2005 provides four methods of encryption. Part one of this article covers encryption and decryption by passphrase.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2008/01/07 | Source: Database Journal | Category: security
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Data Encryption in SQL Server 2005 – Part I

SQL Server 2005 provides four methods of encryption. Part one of this article covers encryption and decryption by passphrase.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2007/12/28 | Source: Database Journal | Category: sql server 2005
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SQL Server encryption vs. hashing for data security

Study encryption and hashing algorithm options for data security in SQL Server 2005 and use symmetric/asymmetric keys to encrypt and decrypt SQL Server data.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2007/12/25 | Source: SearchSQLServer | Category: security
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Why store sensitive data if you don't have to?

Storing sensitive data in your database leads to security risks. Learn how not storing sensitive data indefinitely is a form of data protection.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2007/12/07 | Source: SearchSQLServer | Category: sql server 2005
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