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  1. […] She was concerned that a security auditor would have a problem with plain text passwords appearing in her automation scripts, which they very well might. A variety of suggestions were made, of course, some better than others as you might expect. The first scenario is actually pretty easy to deal with using Oracle Wallets (aka Secure External Password Store, or SEPS), which can be used to secure credentials for an Oracle Client when you are actually connecting to the database. I’ve written previously on how to configure a Wallet to use Smart Card PKI certificates for authentication. […]

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