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Release Notes

Release Notes - CDP for MSSQL 8.12.0


Release Notes - CDP for MSSQL 8.12.0

Product Description

CipherTrust Database Protection for MSSQL (formerly known as ProtectDB for MSSQL) delivers powerful protection for the sensitive corporate and customer information stored in databases. With CDP, you have the flexibility to encrypt data at the column-level within databases, at the application layer, and during batch-driven data transformation and transaction processes.

This document may at times abbreviate CipherTrust Database Protection for MSSQL to CDP and CipherTrust Manager to Key Manager.

Release Description

This release includes new feature, enhancements, and bug fixes. It also provides information on deprecated support.

Features and Enhancements

  • When CDP performs crypto operations in local mode, the error replacement values also get cached.

  • SafeNet protectDB for MSSQL has been rebranded to CipherTrust Database Protection for MSSQL.

Deprecated Support

SQL Server 2005 is no longer supported in CDP.

Resolved Issues

This section lists the fixed issues.

Reference Synopsis
PDB-3794 When you upgrade PDB versions (prior to 8.9.0) to 8.11.0, and you perform select operation, Null is displayed instead of an empty record.
PDB-3630 An AD group database user is not able to get the right access when its userPrincipalName is different from the samAccountName.

Compatibility Information

CDP is compatible with:

  • CipherTrust Manager 2.4 or higher versions.

  • KeySecure Classic 8.12.3 or higher versions.

Upgrade Path

CDP can be upgraded from:

Upgrade Path Upgrade Path
8.9.0 8.10.0
8.10.1 8.10.2

If you are upgrading from any versions prior to 8.9.0, first upgrade to PDB 8.9.0 and then upgrade to CDP 8.12.0.

Supported SQL Server Versions

CDP supports the following SQL Server versions:

Supported Version Supported Versions
SQL Server 2008 SQL Server 2012
SQL Server 2014 SQL Server 2016
SQL Server 2017 SQL Server 2019