- Login and application role passwords stored in SQL Server
- Any data sent between the client and the server as network packets
- Stored procedure definitions
- User-defined function definitions
- View definitions
- Trigger definitions
- Default definitions
- Rule definitions
If you're willing to get into the world of undocumented functions and such, then you might want to consider pwd_encrypt(...
) and pwd_compare( ). You can use pwd_encrypt to store an encrypted value into a column. You will never know what the value is, nor can you view it. But you can compare values to it, such as in a WHERE clause, using the pwd_compare function. I do NOT recommend this approach!
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