We are returning to add code to and edit the
OracleJavaSecure class that we introduced in the last chapter. This class will form the core of all our security processes on both the client and the Oracle database. You will benefit by opening OracleJavaSecure.java and referring to the full code listing as we progress through this section. We will replace the
OracleJavaSecure class in the Oracle database and compile and run the updated code on our client computer when we get to the end of the chapter and do some testing.
There are several artifacts of DES password-based encryption that must be shared between the client and server in order to have an identical ...