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How to store encrypted password in the oracle database at back end and asp.net as front end

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I am working in ASP.NET with back end ORACLE 10.x.
I want to store encrypted password in the  database so that It may not be read by any one in the database.
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There is a method within C# that does this already, encrypt will encrypt the data, decrypt will decrypt the data.
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