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Stephan van Hulst
Best to store data in...so as to avoid admin from accessing it...??
posted 12 years ago
i need to persist data somewhere so that only my
class could able to update it for further processings.
since, the admin of the database is going to be with the client, i could not store it there because they have access to all corners. and also, admin rights will no longer be with me.
so, is it only way to persist simple data in a database/file in "an encrypted form". or is there any other means to escape from admin to access it.
any effort would be appreciated.
It is sorta covered in the
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