Practical Oracle Security: Your Unauthorized Guide to Relational Database Security
This is the only practical, hands-on guide available to database administrators to secure their Oracle databases. This book will help the DBA to assess their current level of risk as well as their existing security posture. It will then provide practical, applicable knowledge to appropriately secure the Oracle database.
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Chapter 2 File System
Chapter 3 TNS Listener Security
Chapter 4 Managing Default Accounts
Chapter 5 PUBLIC Privileges
Chapter 6 Software Updates
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