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Nathan Shepard 
Its a good course.  I need to know whether all fields can be encrypted?

The way it encrypted is it equal to 128 bit encryption.
Can I make it higher. Perhaps 792 bit encryption.   I am dealing with passwords.  Thus they need to be hack proof.  This is single user software package (not networked).  Further,  I need to encrypt it so that no known hack software can break into and get passwords.  I do not want to get sued.

Nathan
I know about the security seminar.  That will come in time.

Nathan Shepard
Attention Richard:

Help!!!!!

I have a few questions concerning the encryption seminar.  The questions are as follows:

1.  Can all fields in a table be encrypted?
2.  As the code is written in the seminar,  Is that what they consider 128 bit encryption?
3.  Is there a way to encrypt at lets say 872 bit encryption.

4. Can these lines of code change the size of the bit encryption?    
Const KEY1 = 60         ' 1 to 872
Const KEY2 = 89         ' 33 to 127

Now these strike me as questions that we don't want the hackers to know about.  If you answer I assure you that
the information will remain confidential.  No one will be verbally or in written commication be told what the answer.
In other words it remains Hush!!!!!!

My software package I am writing deals with Passwords and usernames.   The last thing I want is a hacker figuring out how
to get into a customers computer and hack in and get passwords and usernames to access financial information.  That is why
I must take extreme precautions to protect my future customers.  There is also the ethical issue and legal issue of getting sued.
I am aware of Microsoft runtime, using the security seminar in the future, sset passwords at 12 characters with Large case, small case, numbers, and special characters, require passwords be changed every 30 days.and creating a Back end file.  

Any other suggestions would be appreciated.  I ran out of ideas.  Please refresh my brain with new ideas.

Nathan

Nathan
Alex Hedley
You prob want to use SQL Server or another db technology if you want greater levels of encryption

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