Validating a database

Oracle Database provides different authentication methods, including the following: is the process of transforming data into an unreadable format using a secret key and an encryption algorithm.

is the process by which a user presents credentials to the database, which verifies the credentials and allows access to the database.

For example, you can find the privileges that a user exercised during a specific database session.

In a production database, the relationships between privileges and roles, roles and roles, and roles and users can be complex.

is a named set of resource limits and password parameters that restrict database usage and database instance resources for a user.

Profiles can limit the number of concurrent sessions for a user, CPU processing time available for each session, and amount of logical I/O available.

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