By Julien Testut on Jul 28, 2014
Oracle Data Integrator now uses Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) as the standard encryption algorithm for encrypting ODI objects such as Knowledge Modules, procedures, scenarios or actions as well as any password.
You can configure the encryption algorithm and key length to meet your specific requirements. By default ODI uses AES-128 but you can also use cryptographic keys of 192 and 256 bits.
Passwords and other sensitive information included in repository exports are also now encrypted and secured by an export key. This export key must be provided when importing the exported content, if it is not provided all the sensitive information is removed from the imported object.
You can find more information about these security enhancements in the ODI 12.1.3 documentation: Advanced Encryption Standard
This is just one of the many new features added to ODI 12.1.3! You can find a complete list in the following document: Oracle Data Integrator 12c New Features Overview.