|Subject||Re: [firebird-support] How can I prevent that my database can be opened with another security.fdb.|
Keep all your backups safe and secure as well. These can be used against you also. You might want to consider encrypting them with something like GPG before sending them off-site - if that's what you would do in a production environment - or even storing them on-site where they might be accessible by "too many" people.
Just a few thoughts.
On 7 April 2016 16:02:10 BST, "'Mueller, Roland (GE87)' Roland.Mueller@... [firebird-support]" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
How can I prevent that my database can be opened with another security.fdb.
For testing we use firebird 3.
We use our database as its own security database.
If we copy our database to another Firebird installation it
is possible to open it with sysdba and masterkey.
Is there a way to prevent The use of another security.fdb.
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