From: "Tom O" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 2 Apr 2003 07:17:50 -0600
Whamware, Inc has a product called wiCrypt that can be used to encrypt the data
within your database and the Professional version allows you to create profiles
that can only be used from a specific application. If a user tries to decrypt
the data from any application other than your VB app their request will be
If this sounds like what you are trying to do, check out www.whamware.com
"Peter Leong" wrote:
> I have a VB application connected to SQL Server using
> Windows Authentication through ODBC. My problem here is
> I don't want uninvited users to use other simple obtained
> application like Access to connect to my SQL Server
> through ODBC if they manage to get hold of my username and
> Can someone explain to me how encryption technology can be
> implemented in this case?
> How does the encrption works between VB application and
> SQL Server?
> Thanks in advance
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