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Some more posts on bugtraq about David Litchfields open letter to Oracle

October 8th, 2005 by Pete

I had a quick look this evening on bugtraq and found a couple of threads that are related to David Litchfield’s open letter to Oracle post the other day. The first is a post by Gadi, who posts some objections to David’s letter. The link on bugtraq I have chosen to link to here is David’s reply to Gadi where he justifies various points and statements and counters Gadi's points.

The second thread of interest is a reply by Alex who agrees with David and Cesar where he gives three examples of dealing with Oracle's security department. These three points are very interesting and worth reading for insight into his dealings with Oracle and also his opinions on the situation.

October 2005

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