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Forum Thread: CSI - language packs, DB scalabilty

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info.sic CSI - language packs, DB scalabilty
Member 13th May, 2011 13:04
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Hello,

we are evaluating CSI in our company and untill now we are very satisfied with the product. Nevertheless we have still few open questions, that are very important for our organization.

Up to which size is the sqllitedb3 scalable?
How/Does CSI determine(s) the proper update (language pack) for multilanguage programs?

And last but not least concernig data privacy and data security:
What exactly is communicated between the clients and the CSI manager?
What is communicated between the CSI Manager and Secunia Vulnerabilty DB(or Server)?

Please do not reffer to http://secunia.com/gfx/pdf/Secunia_DataSecurity.pd...
or to the general CSI Manual, we found no exact answer to our question there.
You can answer us by email incase the information is confidential.

Thank you.

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