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Hi All,

The easiest way to protect the key is to create a
package owned by the data owner and create functions
within the package to encode and decode the data.
Ensure the encryption key is defined in the
package body.

Grant execute privileges to the data entry schemas.

The view ALL_SOURCE will only show the package header
and not the package body

This will not protect against rogue DBA's or network
sniffing

HTH

Dave

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