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If you are running a data pump export of your encrypted database and you do not specify encryption or encryption_password then the data will be stored in plain text. This will give you the ORA-39173 warning.
Do you spend a lot of time in sql developer working your very large package? Have a look at the quick outline from Jeff Smith of Oracle SQL Developer fame. Besides being a great Product Manager (hey Uncle Larry, give … Continue reading
Here is a teaser for the Oracle Transparent Data Encryption presentation We look at having an existing table with existing indexes. A policy comes out that says we need to encrypt SSN and Credit Card Numbers. Once we encrypt the … Continue reading
Oracle Technology Network Two Minute Tech Tip. Oracle Transparent Data Encryption.
I will be giving a webinar on Oracle Transparant Data Encryption Baseline Practices August 27, 2015 at 3PM. Sponsored by @odtug Why “Baseline Practices?” well best practices does not seem to be working so we are going to start improving … Continue reading
While at #KSCOPE15, I was asked about encrypted data showing up in histograms. So, I ran a few experiments and learned that encrypted data does indeed leak. I contacted Oracle through an old friend to get their input. Here is … Continue reading
Some performance test on Oracle TDE. I have three tables t1, t2 and t3. All three tables have identical data and 1.6M rows. I’m going to come back and visit this a bit more later, but want to get … Continue reading
Why should you encrypt your backups? Why should you test your backups? I will be speaking on Holistic Database Security at #kscope15 and #harmony15
I had a rather disturbing conversion with my wife a couple nights ago, she had called a service provider to discuss a bill. The customer service rep asked her for her social security number to verify her identity. When my … Continue reading