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CYBERCRYPT D1 Entity Framework

The integration works by encrypting and decrypting data transparently, using CYBERCRYPT D1 Generic when querying or storing in the database. Selected parts of the data is encrypted from the application to the database in such a way that the database itself never receives the data in plain text.

Searchable encryption is also supported by adding keywords to a secure index handled by CYBERCRYPT D1 Generic. For more information about searchable encryption read User manual - Searchable encryption.

This protects the data in the database from being read by third parties and tampering.

Supported databases

All databases supported by Entity Framework Core are supported by CyberCrypt.D1.EntityFramework.

Some of the most used databases supported includes:

  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Oracle
  • MySQL
  • MariaDB
  • PostgresSQL
  • SQLite


The Entity Framework Core integration is available through The latest version can be installed using the following command:

dotnet add package CyberCrypt.D1.EntityFramework


To get started, see the Getting Started guide, and for more in-depth explantaion and usage, see the User Manual.

API reference

API Reference


  • Currently only string and byte[] properties can be encrypted.