MySQL 5.6.17 – now with better encryption This is an off-site link.  Please review our Terms of Service for additional information.

(Todd Farmer) Joro wrote recently about MySQL 5.6.17‘s new support for AES-256 encryption, and it’s a great improvement for people need to encrypt their data at rest. The new session block_encryption_mode variable controls what variant of AES is used, and for backwards compatibility, the default behavior remains 128-bit key length with ECB block cipher mode.

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