Listener passwords: always for 9i, never for 10g

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6 Responses to “Listener passwords: always for 9i, never for 10g”

  1. Pythian Group Blog » Log Buffer #46: a Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs Says:

    [...] Fraser admonishes, listener passwords: always for 9i, never for 10g, calling the default arrangement in 9i, “a glaring security [...]

  2. Confessions of a Database Geek Says:

    Oracle Listener

    Andrew Fraser has a detailed description of the differences in listener password recommendations between 9i and 10g. It’s worth taking a hop over to read.

    Listener security, RMAN usage, and grid agent security are the top three search topics that …

  3. Don’t give password to Listener in 10g « Ridvan EKER’s Weblog - Oracle Says:

    [...] http://andrewfraser.wordpress.com/2007/05/24/listener-passwords-always-for-9i-never-for-10g/ [...]

  4. Andy Says:

    Oh, and did not know about it. Thanks for the information …

  5. corral Says:

    Corral says : I absolutely agree with this !

  6. Log Buffer #46: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs Says:

    [...] Fraser admonishes, listener passwords: always for 9i, never for 10g, calling the default arrangement in 9i, “a glaring security [...]

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