Database Automatic Encryption (from WebDNA 8.5)The idea behind it is to transparently encrypt (using Government Grade AES) a database just by including "_encrypted" in the database name. The decrypted database will never appear on disk, only the encrypted copy. However, it is decrypted on the fly when you open the database in RAM, and it resides unencrypted in the RAM of the computer, until you write back your database to disk, where the older version will be entirely overwritten.
Security: there is no seed to rely on, as if someone has access to the disk, he would also have access to the seed.
The encrypted databases can still use a .hdr file, but it has to be plain text. Otherwise you can just let WebDNA encrypt the header in the .db file by running [addfields] on an empty "_encrypted.db" file.
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