If its by a user-basis, something that can be a bit risky but possible - You
can encrypt it, password is hashed on database, and the key to the other
data is the un-encrypted password..
On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 5:00 PM, Russell Jones <rjon...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We are looking at a project where we will potentially need to store
> sensetive information in a few fields of a MySQL table. Any recommendations
> on where to look for best practices in doing this? for encrypting the data,
> etc.? We will need to be able to decrypt the data as well, although this
> probably be done locally, so hashing alone is not really an option.
> Russell Jones
Use ROT26 for best security