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    securing data coming from server to client?

    How to implement the data security?

    i.e when client gives request to database, database in turn returns response to the client my question is how can we secure the data(response) coming from database server to client
    J Gangadhar

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    lookup sqlnet encryption in your good friend the documentation

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    where is the client? does client establish a direct connection to the db or does it establish a connection via a web app/ server and where are all these components? behind a firewall, a dmz? both?
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    User is trying to access database through web applicatoin



    Originally posted by stmontgo
    where is the client? does client establish a direct connection to the db or does it establish a connection via a web app/ server and where are all these components? behind a firewall, a dmz? both?
    J Gangadhar

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    Ok , are the behind a firewall?

    If they are both are behind the same firewall you may want to focus your efforts on enforcing https through the web server if that has not already been done.

    If the only thing that hits the db is the web server than you could set the secure application role so that only the web server ip could connect to the database,

    This is all assuming everything is behind a firewall of course
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