Encrypt a field

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marajah
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Encrypt a field

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Hello, guys
I have searched through the forum but didn't find anything about this, I hope that I am not repeating a thread.
Is it possible to store data in an entity field, encrypted, and being able to view the original data only if I'm allowed by the admin and / or after introducing a safety code?
Probably is something that needs to be done with a script, but I'm struggling to find a way to make it a smooth and easy process.
Example: in the client's folder I would like to store data that have to be available only to certain users, even in the same department. To be compliant with GDPR requirements this data can't be stored in a readable way, but encrypted. And when the users open this field, even if authorized, it would be better if he introduce a pin code.
Any idea or suggestion to look through?
Many thanks in advance, to anybody can help.

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Re: Encrypt a field

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At the moment there is no field type for this.
But I have question how it should be encrypted?
PHP has standard function https://www.php.net/manual/en/function. ... encode.php
Also Mysql have function on encrypt data
https://www.w3resource.com/mysql/encryp ... rypt().php

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Re: Encrypt a field

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Added new field type "Encrypted input field"
https://www.facebook.com/RukovoditelPro ... 9250357891


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