The sys.asymmetric_keys catalog view is a one-stop shop to get information about the asymmetric keys in the current database. Read on to discover how to use it.
What is the difference between certificates and asymmetric keys in SQL Server and how do you generate asymmetric keys in T-SQL? Read on to get all the details.
Discover how in SQL Server the different encryption keys can build a complex encryption hierarchy in which one key protects the next.
Asymmetric key encryption (aka public-key encryption) works with two separate keys, a public key to encrypt and a private key to decrypt. Read on to see the advantages and disadvantages of this type of encryption.