Oracle NoSQL Database Security Guide

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Table of Contents

Preface
Conventions Used in This Book
1. Introducing Oracle NoSQL Database Security
2. Security Configuration
Security Configuration Overview
Configuring Security with Makebootconfig
Configuring Security with Securityconfig
Creating the security configuration
Adding the security configuration
Removing the security configuration
Merging truststore configuration
3. Performing a Secure Oracle NoSQL Database Installation
Single Node Secure Deployment
Adding Security to a New Installation
Adding Security to an Existing Installation
Multiple Node Secure Deployment
Adding Security to a New Installation
Adding Security to an Existing Installation
4. External Password Storage
Oracle Wallet
Password store file
5. Security.xml parameters
Top-level parameters
Transport parameters
6. Encryption
SSL model
SSL communication properties
7. Configuring Authentication
User management
User creation
User modification
User removal
User status
User login
Sessions
8. Security Policies
Security Policy Modifications
9. Keeping Oracle NoSQL Database Secure
Guidelines for Securing the Configuration
Guidelines for Deploying Secure Applications
Guidelines for Securing the SSL protocol
Guidelines for using JMX securely
Guidelines for Updating Keystore Passwords
Guidelines for Updating the SSL key/certificate
Guidelines for Operating System Security
A. SSL keystore generation
B. Third Party Licenses