Ryan J. Cavicchioni wrote:
> Enrico Weigelt wrote:
> > * Silvana Di Martino <silvanadimartino(at)tin(dot)it> wrote:
> > <snip>
> >>We just think it is easier and safer to encrypt the whole database, or even
> >>the whole disk, than try to understand what the law actually means.
> > BTW politicians should have to be enforced to tell people what their
> > laws really mean. Representants voting for some law they cannot explain
> > to plain people should get corporal punishment.
> > cu
> I may be late to the conversation. Sorry if I am but there are some
> cryptography tools in the contrib/pgcrypto folder in the source tree.
There is an FAQ item about encryption.
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