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Encryption tool [message #671871] Fri, 21 September 2018 03:59 Go to next message
Olexandr Siroklyn
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FCBCrypto software provides inexpensive row level data encryption for Oracle database Enterprise and Standard Edition 11g, 12c and 18c versions, where Oracle Advanced Security option is not available or too expensive.

Key features

Row level encryption
SQL and PL/SQL data types supported
AES 128|192|256 encryption technique for string, lob, bfile (on UNIX like OS including check sum) and raw data types
Modified One-time pad encryption technique for number and date data types
Data compression for string, lob and raw data types
USB Security Token supported on Linux platforms
Main code is written in PL/SQL language. External modules are written in C/JAVA languages
Single and multi-byte char sets supported
All editions of Oracle 11g (excepting XE), 12c and 18c database (including multitenant container databases) supported
UNIX like operating systems (Linux, AIX, Solaris) and Windows supported
Unauthorized execution prevention
External database key storage. No any keys stored within constant database objects
Database key operations performed in-memory only
Centralized in-memory database key management
Lightweight, fast and reliable
Easy UNIX textual installation wizard. Easy Windows installation
No named user license nor license per processor required. Only license per database instance

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Re: Encryption tool [message #674798 is a reply to message #671871] Mon, 18 February 2019 02:34 Go to previous message
Olexandr Siroklyn
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Just a note. 398 build of FCBCrypto software has been validated to DBaaS compatibility via https://cloud.oracle.com/tryit Oracle cloud program. FCBCrypto software is fully DBaaS compatible, excluding USB security token encryption by the obvious reasons.
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