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NoSQL Databases and Security

Jeff Darcy writes about NoSQL systems’ security (actually the lack of):

Most NoSQL stores have no concept of security. […] Mostly it falls into two categories: encryption and authentication/authorization (collectively “auth”). For encryption, there’s a further distinction to be made between on-the-wire and at-rest encryption.

As far as I know:

  • CouchDB supports authentication/authorization
  • Yahoo! recently contributed to Hadoop an authentication module based on Kerberos and SASL

What about the others?

NoSQL Databases and Security originally posted on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL