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Oracle 11g Anti-hacker's Cookbook

By : Adrian Neagu
Book Image

Oracle 11g Anti-hacker's Cookbook

By: Adrian Neagu

Overview of this book

For almost all organizations, data security is a matter of prestige and credibility. The Oracle Database is one of the most rich in features and probably the most used Database in a variety of industries where security is essential. To ensure security of data both in transit and on the disk, Oracle has implemented the security technologies to achieve a reliable and solid system. In Oracle 11g Anti-Hacker's Cookbook, you will learn about the most important solutions that can be used for better database security."Oracle 11g Anti-hacker's Cookbook" covers all the important security measures and includes various tips and tricks to protect your Oracle Database."Oracle 11g Anti-hacker's Cookbook" uses real-world scenarios to show you how to secure the Oracle Database server from different perspectives and against different attack scenarios. Almost every chapter has a possible threads section, which describes the major dangers that can be confronted. The initial chapters cover how to defend the operating system, the network, the data and the users. The defense scenarios are linked and designed to prevent these attacks. The later chapters cover Oracle Vault, Oracle VPD, Oracle Labels, and Oracle Audit. Finally, in the Appendices, the book demonstrates how to perform a security assessment against the operating system and the database, and how to use a DAM tool for monitoring.
Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Oracle 11g Anti-hacker's Cookbook
About the Author
About the Reviewers

Creating and using label components

In this recipe, we will create four users and a table called EMPLOYEES_OLS_TBL. The users in this recipe will receive rights to select data from the table REG_DATA_TBS according to their hierarchy level. All steps will be performed using the Oracle labels PL/SQL interface.

Getting ready

As a prerequisite, you must have OLS installed. Details about the installation can be found in the OLS documentation link Another detailed description can be found on the Oracle Support doc:

How to Install/Deinstall Oracle Label Security [ID 171155.1]

All steps will be performed on the HACKDB database.

How to do it...

In the following steps, we will create a new table EMPLOYESS_OLS_TBL and label it according to each user's hierarchical position:

  1. Connect as the HR user and create the table EMPLOYEES_OLS_TBL as follows:

    SQL> conn HR
    Enter password: