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Setting a password for the Listener Service

I have Oracle financial application installed in our server, which runs on an Oracle database 8i. The problem is that the password for the Listener Service is not set in this Oracle server. I want to put the password for this listener service. How can I do this?
Start the listener control utility at the command line by issuing just $ lsnrctl or c: lsnrctl. At the prompt, issue the command LSNRCTL> set password <password> where <password> is the password you want to use. To change a password, use "Change_Password" You can also designate a password when you configure the listener with the Net8 Assistant. These passwords are stored in the listener.ora file and although they will not show in the Net8 Assistant, they are readable in the listener.ora file.

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