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Making Oracle Forms more secure

April 18th, 2005 by Pete


I made a post yesterday "Frank has a fix for Forms 10.1.2 for the SQL Injection issue" about Franks post to fix Oracle Forms 10.1.2. I left open the window with Franks post in it and when I came to clean up this evening and close down some windows I noticed the link in Franks post to Duncan Mills post "Making Forms Applications More Secure..." so I went to take a look at Duncan's post. This post was made on 5th July 2004 so quite some time ago. Basically Duncan had found the same issue that Alex talks about in his paper (I guess) but he did not give away the details. Quite an interesting post from Duncan!

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