|Subject:||Re: [Health] Securing GNU Health server|
|Date:||Fri, 28 Mar 2014 16:12:41 +0200|
Hi Axel,Thanks for your reply.Currently I have the install on Linux (Ubuntu, possibly moving to Debian). Reason for my security concerns is that it's running on a virtual server in a datacenter.Another option I was thinking about was to encrypt the partition where GNU Health and PostgreSQL are installed with something like TrueCrypt?
Regards,VincentOn Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 2:42 PM, Axel Braun <address@hidden> wrote:Hi Vincent,
Am Freitag, 28. März 2014, 10:55:15 schrieb Vincent Buijtendijk:
That depends first of all on the platform you are on, as Windoze differs from
> Would anybody be able to share some tips to secure a server running GNU
> Health? Like most of you probably we are dealing with sensitive data so I
> would like to secure it as much as possible.
Mac OS or Linux. Can you provide this info?
General: Keep it in a separate box, not on a workstation, if you want to serve
more than one client from it.
Thats in general a good idea, see e.g.
> I am thinking about an SSL certificate of which I already have found some
> information online, in order to secure the communications.
No idea, sorry.
> However I also would like to secure the actual data without hampering user
> experience too much. Is there a way to encrypt the PostGreSQL database ?
Not sure that it really makes sense to encrypt the database.
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