Expert finds 'stupid' holes in Oracle 11g

Tuesday Sep 4th 2007 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff
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Architectual problems, one researcher says, let attackers 'bypass and avoid' Oracle's newest security tools.

[From InfoWorld]

The latest version of Oracle's flagship database offers better security than earlier versions, but development errors have left vulnerabilities that attackers can use to steal data, an expert warned Monday.

"Oracle made big progress with 11g, but some of the vulnerabilities I've found so far in 11g are stupid programming errors," said Alexander Kornbrust, managing director of Red Database Security GmbH...

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