Re: Encrypt SQL Database

From: Darius Kvitnickas (
Date: 10/11/02

From:     Darius Kvitnickas <>
Date: Fri, 11 Oct 2002 01:09:29 -0700

you can encrypt stored procedures, triggers, UDF's, views in sql server.
read article 'Using Encryption Methods' in BOL for more info.
Only remember to save your objects DDL, 'cause after encryption even
object owner is not able to decrypt them.

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