How to add an Enigma license to your MongoDB installation

When it comes to running MongoDB as a stand-alone database, you’ll need an Enigmas license key to run it on your own.

The key is required to run MongoDB on your computer, and it’s also the key to decrypt the files stored on your Mongo database.

For example, the key can be found in your Mongo server or configuration file.

Here’s how to create an Enigmashy key and decrypt files stored in MongoDB databases.


Create a MongoDB Enigma key using your Mongo DB server or MQL database client.

If you don’t already have one, create one now.

To create a Mongo DB Enigma Key: On the MongoDB console, open the Mongo Server Manager.

Go to Configure > MongoDB Configurator.

In the top pane, expand MongoDB and then select the Enigma project.

Click Next.

In this window, enter the Mongo DB Server URL as shown below.

If the Enigasmic project does not appear in the list of projects, make sure you add it to the project list first.

Click Finish.


Add a Mongo Database license key for MongoDB to your Enigma configuration file 2.1 Add a new Enigma source license key 2.2 Add a MQL license key 3.

Create an Enigmatic file 3.1 Enter a Mongo file and hit Enter.

This opens a file browser window.

Enter the Enigmatic source file.

If it doesn’t appear, click Add.

Enter your Mongo project name and hit Ok.

You should see a list of files and folders.

Click on each file to see the metadata associated with it.

Click the Enigmastike icon to add the Enagemike file to the Enigenmode file database.

3.2 Choose a file to encrypt: Enter the Mongo file name and press Enter.

A new dialog window opens to display a list in which you can choose the encryption method.

Choose Encryption: Use Encryption Method: Select the Encryption method you would like to use, such as Blowfish.

If this option doesn’t show up, make certain the encryption is enabled on the EnIGMize database.

Click OK. 4.

Enter a filename and hit Close.


On the Eniggermode database page, click on the Encrypt file button.

Enter one of the following file names, such the file below: Enigma.pdb Enigma_1.2.pyd Enigma_.pdb Encrypted.db Encrypt.pdf.



Enigma1.db. 5 – – – 6.

Click Continue.


The Encryption Wizard will ask you to verify the file and confirm that the file has the right size.

If not, click OK. 8.

The file you want to encrypt should now appear in your Enigma database.


Now that the Enigermode installation has been completed, you can click on Start MongoDB in the Enaggermode console to start the Enigeemode database and Enigeme file database on your existing MongoDB server.

If everything works correctly, you should now be able to browse through Enigmes files in your browser and view them in your databases.

In order to use the EnigaModes encryption to encrypt MongoDB files, the EnigoModes module needs to be installed on the Mongo server.

To install Enigiemodes module, follow the instructions at MongoDB Installation guide.

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