Aes, mysql how to encrypt and decrypt a column


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asked Feb 12, 2016 by TheVenditti (1,930 points)
I have following table named MYTABLE with following columns `idMdP` int(11) NOT NULL AUTO_INCREMENT, `login` varchar(255) NOT NULL, `password` varchar(255) NOT NULL, `url`

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answered Feb 22, 2016 by gueto (540 points)
selected Feb 24, 2016 by problem_5490
 
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If i use mysql console, i can decrrypt well the information. Upper versions show corrupted decrypted information.
Visit MySQL Bugs: #47585: Bug in AES Decrypt function since mysql-connector-java-5.0.8 will give you an idea of what to do
commented Feb 22, 2016 by carrabi (840 points)
This will loop through only once
commented Feb 24, 2016 by problem_5490 (650 points)
This might be related to what files you have open in the saved solution state. You can check the structure here
commented Feb 24, 2016 by jbe_Work (660 points)
This is covered by this article
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answered Mar 4, 2016 by Ba_to (2,710 points)
Just put this in your batch file where you want the wait. For reference this is what I am talking about Encrypt MySQL data using AES techniques | Thinkdiff.net
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answered Apr 9, 2016 by hoaglund (640 points)
However, if you call ResultSet

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