Security :: Saving Sensitive Data To Sql Server Database?

Jul 14, 2010

Im passing sensitive details from my web app to a database on a different server. I've set up encryption on my database. Should I encrypt the data in the code behind file of the web app and then pass it to my database stored procedure or pass it to the stored procedure as it is and encrypt it there?

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Security :: Passing Sensitive Data To Database?

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Im saving sensitive data from my web app back to a database on another server. I have set up encryption on the database. Do I need to set up more encryption in the code behind of the web app and encrypt the data there then pass the data to the database or should I pass it as it is and then encrypt it in my stored procedure.

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