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cablecity
post Jun 7 2008, 11:25 AM
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Hello form Greece.
I have found a sample (i attached in post, please see it!!!) and with this sample we can encrypt and decrypt a phrase in HEX, Blowfish and RijnDael.
This is fantastic and i want to use it do encrypt and decrypt with this code a table.
The goal i want to set is:
I want the table always being encrypted and when i want to use the data in it, with a commnd in a button for example, to decrypt it and show the data.
I have a plan in my mind but i dont know how to make a table (or a field of a table) encrypt and decrypt with this code.
I think this would be a great rutine to safe (SAFEST!!!!) databases!!!
Can any body help to show me the way?
Thanks for your time and sorry for my bad English
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Aquadevel
post Jun 7 2008, 11:51 AM
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CableCity,
ice encryption demo! sad.gif
The demo has in encryption in the form unbound controls. Have you tried 'playing around' with
having the data in an actual table?
In Access 2007, the data can finally be encrypted, as stated in this link.
Good luck, sad.gif
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cablecity
post Jun 7 2008, 11:58 AM
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Aquadevel, thanks for your answer.
will try with an update query and i will tell.
Thanks and if you have any other idea or a sample code to make an update in a table with a form, please post it!
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Aquadevel
post Jun 10 2008, 12:19 PM
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CableCity,
'd like to know what your findings are after testing.
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<For possible future use>
Good luck< sad.gif
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