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OBJECT_SCHEMA OBJECT_NAME POLICY_NAME AUDIT_CONDITION AUDIT_COLUMN HANDLER_SCHEMA HANDLER_MODULE ENABLE
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The name of the user who owns the object to be audited This defaults to the user who is creating the policy The name of the table to be audited Every FGA policy created must be given a unique name An expression to determine which rows will generate an audit record If left NULL, access to any row is audited A list of columns to be audited If left NULL, then access to any column is audited The username that owns the procedure to run when the audit condition is met The default is the user who is creating the policy A PL/SQL procedure to execute when the audit condition is met By default, this is TRUE: the policy will be active and can be disabled with the DISABLE_POLICY procedure If FALSE, then the ENABLE_POLICY procedure must be used to activate the policy
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One or more of SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, or DELETE to define which statement types should be audited Default is SELECT only Controls whether to write out the actual SQL statement and its bind variables to the FGA audit trail The default is to do so Determines whether to audit if a statement addresses any or all of the columns listed in the AUDIT_COLUMNS argument Options are DBMS_FGAANY_COLUMNS, the default, or DBMS_FGA_ALL_COLUMNS
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The other DBMS_FGA procedures are to enable, disable, or drop FGA policies To see the results of fine-grained auditing, query the DBA_FGA_AUDIT_TRAIL view:
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SQL> describe dba_fga_audit_trail; Name Null ----------------------------- -------SESSION_ID NOT NULL TIMESTAMP DB_USER OS_USER USERHOST CLIENT_ID EXT_NAME OBJECT_SCHEMA OBJECT_NAME POLICY_NAME SCN SQL_TEXT SQL_BIND COMMENT$TEXT STATEMENT_TYPE EXTENDED_TIMESTAMP PROXY_SESSIONID GLOBAL_UID INSTANCE_NUMBER OS_PROCESS TRANSACTIONID STATEMENTID ENTRYID Type --------------------------NUMBER DATE VARCHAR2(30) VARCHAR2(255) VARCHAR2(128) VARCHAR2(64) VARCHAR2(4000) VARCHAR2(30) VARCHAR2(128) VARCHAR2(30) NUMBER NVARCHAR2(2000) NVARCHAR2(2000) VARCHAR2(4000) VARCHAR2(7) TIMESTAMP(6) WITH TIME ZONE NUMBER VARCHAR2(32) NUMBER VARCHAR2(16) RAW(8) NUMBER NUMBER
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This procedure call will create a policy POL1 that will record all SELECT statements that read the SALARY column of the HREMPLOYEES table, if at least one of the rows retrieved is in department 80:
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SQL> execute dbms_fgaadd_policy(> object_schema=>'HR',> object_name=>'EMPLOYEES',> policy_name=>'POL1',> audit_condition=>'department_id=80',> audit_column=>'SALARY');
In addition to the DBA_AUDIT_TRAIL view, which shows the results of standard database auditing, and the DBA_FGA_AUDIT_TRAIL view, which shows the results of
6: Oracle Security
fine-grained auditing, the DBA_COMMON_AUDIT_TRAIL view shows audit events from both types of auditing EXAM TIP Which views show the audit trail DBA_AUDIT_TRIAL is used for standard database auditing; DBA_FGA_AUDIT_TRAIL is used for finegrained auditing; while DBA_COMMON_AUDIT_TRAIL is used for both To see the results of auditing with triggers, you must create your own views that address your own tables Exercise 6-6: Use Standard Database Auditing In this exercise you will enable standard database auditing and see the results, using either Database Control or SQL*Plus If you use Database Control, be sure to click the SHOW SQL button whenever possible to see the SQL statements being generated 1 Connect to your database as user SYSTEM and create a user and a table to be used for the exercise:
create user auditor identified by oracle; create table systemaudi as select * from all_users; grant create session, select any table to auditor; grant select on audi to auditor;
PART I
2 Enable auditing of AUDITOR s use of SELECT ANY PRIVILEGE, and of all accesses to the table AUDI With SQL*Plus:
audit select any table by access; audit all on systemaudi by access;
With Database Control, this can be done from the Audit Settings window 3 Connect to the database as user SYS This is necessary, as this step involves restarting the instance Set the audit trail destination to DB and enable auditing of privileged users, and bounce the instance Using SQL*Plus:
alter system set audit_trail='DB_EXTENDED' scope=spfile; alter system set audit_sys_operations=true scope =spfile; startup force;
Using Database Control, a possible navigation path from the database home page is to take the Server tab, and then the Audit Settings link in the Security section Clicking the link labeled Audit Trail in the Configuration section will take you to a window where you can modify the parameter settings in the spfile Alternatively, go directly to the Initialization Parameters window from the Server tab by taking the Initialization Parameters link in the Database Configuration section Set the two parameters in the spfile, and then from the database home page shut down and restart the database 4 While connected as SYS, all statements will be audited Run this statement:
select count(*) from systemaudi;
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