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Encryption of the entire datbasen

Started by Fim, May 19, 2015, 08:16:07 AM

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Fim

Someone who has experience to encrypt the entire database?
And if so, with which product is most suitable?
It belongs to the point that I can not either C or C ++
Fim W

cj

http://sqlite-crypt.com/index.htm
See the link above a lot, but can't find any reviews.
May have to recompile with SQLite source and it is $128.
If you find something, please let us know.

Fim

Thank you.
It appears to be interesting.
You can buy a binary format of SQLite with encryption built in.
Fim W

cj

Another option is using an encrypted/password protected drive or folder.

George Bleck 6/10/14 on the PowerBASIC BBS:
Or encrypt the data. Especially using something a library like sqlite it's quite easy to do.
http://www.powerbasic.com/support/pbforums/showthread.php?t=54978

I'm still looking!





Fim

The idea of an encrypted disk or folder is probably a good approach in some cases. But in my case when I sell an application that will be installed at each customer it is more appropriate with an encrypted database. Now I encrypt some parts of the databases consisting of approximately 4,000,000 Swedish word.
Fim W

cj

I hear you.
Veracrypt does work with SQLitening and I have it set to ask for a password on logon.
Windows above the home versions also have an option for encryption which I have never used.
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/password-protect-files-folders#1TC=windows-7



cj

Here is a good read on some of the most popular encryption programs. 
I do not see any problem encrypting a folder and automatic encryption of that folder.
The problem is any logged in user could then access the data.
http://lifehacker.com/whats-the-best-file-encryption-tool-1683834660


cj

http://www.sqlitening.com/support/index.php?topic=3421.0
Not sure if anybody is using this and if the open source version can be used?

SQLCipher

Fim

It seems there was exciting. I'll look at.
Fim W