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When DbVisualizer communicates with a database server, all communication (except passwords) is done in plain text; by intercepting the communication, someone can access the transmitted data and even modify it while in transit. To protect your communication you need to encrypt the communication between DbVisualizer and the server. Techniques like Kerberos, LDAP, Radius, security mechanisms, external authentication options, SSH server forwarding, and a lot of other database specific support are not directly features covered in DbVisualizer and needs to be managed specifically for each database. Read more in the security section in the support portal for additional information.

You find additional information on security related to specific databases in our support portal. Do also check the database/driver specific information.

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