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Bypassing Password Verify Function

I am considering making a recommendation to enforce a password verify function that will not allow users to change their own passwords. My understanding of the PASSWORD_VERIFY_FUNCTION in Oracle is ...
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Why OEM RMAN backup jobs fail after changing the preferred credentials?

In an Oracle Database 11g Enterprise Edition Release 11.2.0.4.0 - 64bit Production, Running on Oracle Linux 6.5, we configured full RMAN backup schedule using OEM (Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g ...
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Authentification failure for PostgreSQL server (9.3)

I can currently not connect to my Postgresql server (9.3) from pgadmin (Running on Ubuntu 14.04). The server according to pg_lsclusters is on port 5433. Ver Cluster Port Status Owner Data ...
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Changing root and other passwords to 32bit has instead of OLD_PASSWORD?

My mysql server is not secured very well as asked here. Now it was recommended that I start using the NEW_PASSWORD (Default PASSWORD). As I am currently using OLD_PASSWORD = 1. However I have a ...
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Why does Oracle trim passwords? [closed]

While looking over the settings of an application, I saw a 'typo' in the password for the database connection - it was like password='secret ', but the connection worked fine anyway. I tried the same ...
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MySQL/MariaDB CLI limits max password?

I've got strange problem - my MariaDB instance CLI (Linux) does enforce limit on how long password can be. For example, setting password like this UPDATE mysql.user SET ...
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Postgresql: When using SSH tunnel, I receive the fe_sendauth: no password supplied error

I am SSH Tunneling to my postgreql server. I have previously successfully configured 9 + win XP dev PCs to connect to this postgresql server, those PCs still connect successfully. I am now setting up ...
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Why would you use a managed service account rather than a virtual account in SQL Server 2012?

In SQL Server 2012, service accounts are created as virtual accounts (VAs), as described here, as opposed to managed service accounts (MSAs). The important differences I can see for these, based on ...
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Oracle case insensitive passwords seemingly ignoring SEC_CASE_SENSITIVE_LOGON

I'm trying to change the SYS password of an Oracle 11g database to be case-insensitive for legacy application reasons. My research suggests all I need to do is set the SEC_CASE_SENSITIVE_LOGON flag, ...
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Forgot mysql owner/root username and password

Recently, I changed my mysql root user to someother username (say kevin). But, now both the accounts don't login with the old password. It says access denied. I'm also not sure if the username is ...
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ERROR 1045 (28000): Access denied for user 'root'@'localhost' (using password: NO)

Im trying to to dump an old database system to migrate the data. # mysql --version mysql Ver 14.12 Distrib 5.0.32, for pc-linux-gnu (i486) using readline 5.2 The weird part is this: # mysql -u ...
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Why shouldn't a pre-hashed password be used with CREATE LOGIN all the time?

(For the purpose of this question, assume that I only need to support SQL Server 2008 and higher. Or to future-proof this question, let's say recent, current, and near-future versions.) The ...
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Error with restoring from a split .bak file with password

I am trying to restore a backup from a split .bak file[.bak_1/.bak_2/.bak_3]. The backup is password protected. So far this is what I have and I cannot seem to format in a way that does not throw me ...
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'sa' Password Managment [closed]

I have been asked about my ideas regarding how often to change sa passwords and how best to manage this process. Users who are sa by right of user role are managed by the general password policy of ...
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“Set Password” with a limited user

I'm using MySQL 5.6 and I want to have a limited service-user which is able to create/modify the users of my databases. Now my problem is that I can quite figure out what privileges my service-user ...
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how to access my password in SSIS 2005 by VB.NET

A VB.NET component delivered following message: Login failed for user MyDBUser It is about an OleDbConnection. btw The user works fine togehter with SQL Server Management Studio. Retaining a ...
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MYSQL - Unable to change 'old_passwords' variable

I have full access to a 'MYSQL 5.0.27-community-nt-log' database one of our new updates for a core app requires PHP 5.4, after installing and configuring I'm stuck at the error regarding old vs. new ...
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Change mysql password interactively

Is it possible to change the user password in mysql in an interactive mode like it one can do in PostgreSQL for example using \password command? My goal is not to provide the new password together ...
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Recover encrypted Oracle database

A client fired their DBA. He used OWM to add a wallet to their Oracle database and secure a few necessary columns of tables that they need. I can see the walled using: orapki wallet display -wallet ...
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Password encryption type

I would like to confirm if MySQL uses SHA1 for 'PASSSWORD' hashing and why test below doesn't work: mysql> GRANT USAGE ON *.* TO 'test'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password'; Query OK, 0 rows ...
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DB2 to require password each time

I am using db2inst1 to connect to a database in DB2 which I have installed on my machine. Therefore, db2inst1 user does not require username/password authentication (borrows them from the OS). I would ...
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In which form Microsoft SQL password should be given when creating a user?

I am creating a Microsoft SQL server user with the guidance of this MSDN article and giving the system the following commands: CREATE LOGIN MyName WITH PASSWORD = 'MyPass'; USE My$DatabaseName; ...