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Chapter 4 General Oracle Security

Note the very important concept, the key, which is the same in the Encryption and Decryption procedures. If the key is different, the password is never retrieved.

This function returns the encrypted value, which can then be stored in the database table by this user. For example, when a third user called APPUSER3 is created with password app3, the user SECUSER can call:

    into app_users
        'APPUSER3', get_app_password('app3')

When the time comes to update the password of the user APPUSER1, the following approach may be used:

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