Steps to create Self Signed Server and Client SSL Certificates in Oracle In the previous blog, we discuss in detail about Oracle Wallet Click here to read more. In this blog, we will discuss the steps required to create Self Signed Server and Client SSL Certificates in Oracle. Below are the high-level steps we […]
Oracle Wallet Usage – External Passwords Store In the previous blog post, we discussed Introduction to Oracle Wallet Click here to read more. In this blog post, we will see How to configure Oracle Wallet to store User passwords. Oracle Wallet provides a simple and easy method to manage database credentials across multiple domains. It […]
Introduction to Oracle Wallet Oracle Wallet is a container that stores authentication, signing credentials and Trusted certificates are stored in the Oracle Wallet when the wallet is used for security credentials. Oracle Wallet is PKCS#12 (Public key cryptographic standards) binary format storing the server certificate, any intermediate certificates, and private key in one encrypted file […]
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