Enabling the encrypted user ID and password security mechanism
To use the encrypted user ID and password security mechanism,
you need a Java environment with a JCE (Java Cryptography Extension)
which supports the Diffie-Hellman algorithm with a public prime of
256 bits. The Sun Java Platform, Standard Edition, Version
1.4 (J2SE) and later requires a public prime of 512 bits or
more. An alternative mechanism if the 256 bit public prime is not
supported, is STRONG_PASSWORD_SUBSTITUTE_SECURITY.
To use the encrypted user id and password security mechanism during
JDBC connection using the network client, specify the securityMechanism in
the connection property.
Note: If an encrypted database is booted in
the Network Server, users can connect to the database without giving the bootPassword.
The first connection to the database must provide the bootPassword,
but all subsequent connections do not need to supply it. To remove access
from the encrypted database, use the shutdown=true option
to shut down the database.