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Password Are Not Encrypted When Passed Between Client To BRM Server. (Doc ID 605281.1)

Last updated on JUNE 22, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
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1.-Does the application allow user authentication through LDAP?
2.-Does the application fulfill at least, the C2 level from the international security Orange Book?
3.-Are the user and password encrypted when client apps communicates with the server?
4.-Does the application work with DMZ? totally or partially?
5.-Does the application support NAT?
6.-Is the application capable to use external authentication methods (i.e. LDAP, Biometrics,tokens, etc)?
7.-Is it possible to define that all the communication between client application for specific users and the application (server) is encrypted?
8.-Is it possible to push any update of the version of any GUI to the end user automatically?
9.-Do we have a tool to verify the integrity of ou
r DB?


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