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Re: encrypt table
Posted by: Rob Purdy
Date: March 03, 2016 09:20AM

I am a newbie to MYSQL but not databases.

so it looks like INNODB is the default db engine for MYSQL.
i do see 3 other kinds of security but it appears that AES security comes with free version of MYSQL.
Enterprise (paid?) version of MYSQL gets RSA, DSA, DH security.
is this correct?

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