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Incentives to reduce key account sharing

This follows the same premise as the first requirement – users should have their own user ids, be they in database, in some directory, or in some application user table. This is possible by using unique ids for all users.

Single-use or token based passwords

This is not strictly within a database framework. It means the ability to assign a password that can be used only once, after which the password expires. This can be implemented in an indirect way, using triggers to capture when the user logged in and then altering the DBA to expire the account, or change the password.

Token card plus password or PIN

This security model requires two forms of authentication –a password and a token card. This combination is challenging for the hackers to break. Oracle Advanced Security provides several options to use Token Card Authentication in addition to passwords.

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