Re: Encryption to and ADP

From: Tom O (tomo_at_tomo.com)
Date: 07/16/03


Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2003 12:05:21 -0500


BJ,

We use wiCrypt from www.whamware.com. The other two options I hear of most
often are

Secure.Data - www.protegrity.com
Encryptionizer for SQL Server - www.netlib.com

I don't know if these products will meet your needs, but they are a good place
to start.

"BJ Freeman" wrote:
> I want to have strong encryptions between my SQL server 7.0 and AC2000 ADP
> the clients use.
> I understand the SQL encrypt is not that strong.
> Any other options.
>
>



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