Rotate Oracle database passwords with Commander
Keeper has launched a new Password Rotation feature with Keeper Secrets Manager. This new capability is recommended for all password rotation use cases. The Documentation is linked below:
This plugin allows rotating a user's password in Oracle Database Server
pip3 install oracledb
Rotation supports legacy and typed records. If using typed record, a 'Login' type field is required. Additional fields may be added depending on the rotation type as well. See the instructions below.
To connect with DSN string:
To connect using database host and service name
cmdr:dsnis used then
cmdr:dbproperties will be ignored.
Commander will use the oracle plugin automatically for records with a hostname that starts with "oracle//"
A Keeper Record setup for Oracle password rotation
To rotate Oracle passwords, use the
rotatecommand in Commander. Pass the command a record title or UID (or use
--matchwith a regular expression to rotate several records at once)
rotate "Oracle Example" --plugin oracle
The plugin can be supplied to the command as shown here, or added to a record field (see options above). Adding the plugin type to the record makes it possible to rotate several records at once with different plugins.
After rotation is completed, the new password will be stored in the
Passwordfield of the record