Securing OracleAS Components using SSL

Questions derived from the 1Z0-311 – Oracle Application Server 10g: Administration I Oracle Self-Test Software Practice Test.


Objective: Securing OracleAS Components using SSL
SubObjective: Manage wallets


Item Number: 1Z0-311.17.2.3
Multiple Answer, Multiple Choice


Which statements are true about the auto login feature for wallets? (Choose three.)



  1. The auto login feature is disabled by default.
  2. The auto login feature is enabled by default.
  3. The auto login feature must be enabled for PKI-based access.
  4. The auto login feature must be disabled for PKI-based access.
  5. The auto login feature for a wallet is available only to the administrator.
  6. The auto login feature for a wallet is available only to the OS user who created the wallet.

Answer:
A. The auto login feature is disabled by default.
C. The auto login feature must be enabled for PKI-based access.
F. The auto login feature for a wallet is available only to the OS user who created the wallet.


Tutorial:
The auto login feature enables Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI)-based access for services. With PKI-based access, users can access services without providing a password. For example, by enabling the auto login feature for a wallet, you can configure a Web server to operate in auto-restart mode eliminating the need for the administrator to manually provide the wallet password. When you enable the auto login feature for a wallet, the feature is available only to the OS user who created the wallet. The auto login feature is not enabled for a wallet by default. You must enable the feature for a wallet by using the Oracle Wallet Manager.


The option stating that the auto login feature is enabled by default is incorrect because by default, the auto login feature is disabled.


The option stating that the auto login feature must be disabled for PKI-based access is incorrect. For PKI-based access, you must enable the auto login feature.


The option stating that the auto login feature for a wallet is available only to the administrator is incorrect. When you enable the auto login feature for a wallet, the auto login feature is available only to the OS user who created the wallet.


Reference:
Oracle Application Server 10g Security Guide
10g (9.0.4)
Part Number Part No. B10377-01
A Managing PKI Credentials with Oracle Wallet Manager
Managing Wallets
Using Auto Login
http://download-west.oracle.com/docs/cd/B10464_01/core.904/b10377/appowm.htm#635294

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