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question: encryption of data #250

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DanielRuf opened this issue Jun 23, 2014 · 2 comments
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question: encryption of data #250

DanielRuf opened this issue Jun 23, 2014 · 2 comments
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@DanielRuf DanielRuf commented Jun 23, 2014

Is this somehow supported. Would be cool to protect the data against data theft.

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@confile confile commented Oct 10, 2014

+1 that would be great if Baikal stores the data encrypted.

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@netgusto netgusto commented Nov 4, 2014

Not sure it's practical / efficient to achieve this on a (Postgre|My)SQL system.

Furthermore, this would only protect data theft operated on a filesystem level, as data theft operated thru a vulnerability of the application would have access to the unencrypted db (obviously).

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