Which DB? MySQL supports encrypted connections.
On Mon, 25 Nov 2002, Lisi wrote:
> I am writing a content management section for a site that will use as part
> of the front page three small sub-sections from another site's home page
> (with their permission, of course).
> They are worried about giving us the password to their database, where the
> information is stored, because we are on a different server and they are
> afraid someone could steal the password since it's being passed
> un-encrypted by our web server when we try to retrieve the info.
> Is this something to worry about? Is there a way around this? They
> suggested using IFrames to display the static information from their page,
> but this doesn't work with Netscape - at least version 4.7.
> Any other ideas?
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