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Simple Oracle 11g Password check PL/SQL script

October 30th, 2007 by Pete


I included a simple PL/SQL password checker written in PL/SQL in a recent post around the Oracle password algorithm for Oracle 11g. I included the code in line but a number of people have emailed me to ask that i include it as a seperate script so have taken a fwe minutes to do so, because I want to refer to it in a presentation I have written a couple of weeks ago. The script is called sha1.sql

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