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October 3rd, 2004 by Pete

I have just updated the tools page on my web site. On this page i include three sections. The first section includes free scripts that I have written my self. I covered one of these scripts yesterday called find_all_privs.sql and will cover four others over the coming days. I also include an annotated list of free Oracle security tools and free tools related to Oracle security. The final section is an annotated list of commercial Oracle security tools.

My aim with this page is to provide in one place a complete list of all available free and commercial Oracle security tools and products. If anyone knows of any tools, products or scripts I have not included then please by all means let me know at

I have just added some new entries to the commercial section of the page. The first for an interesting audit logging and management tool called Entregra for Oracle and the second an application firewall aimed at protecting Oracle databases by filtering and load balancing all of the network traffic destined for the Oracle database called ZXTM from Zeus technologies.

The tools page can be found here

October 2004

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