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Venkata Maruti Praveen Kumar Kammili (PraveenKVM_Incessant)
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Posted: April 7, 2017
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How secure the BLOB content is? Is BLOB really needs encryption with a Cipher

As BLOB column in internal tables is encoded by PEGA, I would like to know whether it is readable by any database extractor tools. The compression algorithm used by PEGA is secured and confidential, how could we assure the clients the BLOB is always safe and secure. We have BLOB encryption with a customized site specific cipher algorithm which can be configured at class rule level that cannot be reverted back is the best approach but have performance limitations. Please share if any one knows what kind of standard algorithm PEGA uses for BLOB encoding that cannot be broken, or if the BLOB encoding is not secure and it is always suggestable to choose BLOB encryption for secure and sensitive data.

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