Subject Re: Does the database 'need' encryption?
Author ettotev
--- In, Roman Rokytskyy <roman@...> wrote:
> >And last but not least - most competing products already have these
> Sorry, could you please post links to the documentation to those products where the page level encryption and wire protocol encryption are described?
> I only know of AES encrypt/decrypt functions in MySQL and the encryption of the field data in Oracle/MS SQL (which use completely different approach)...

Well, one issue is to define "competing products" ;-)

First come to the mind, especially for the embedded model, MS Access and Excel, which do have file level encryption.

MySQL doesn't have file encryption, but does have SSL support:

Same seems to be the case with PostgreSQL:

Then come MSSQL, which has both:

... and DB2:

... and Oracle: