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Does Oracle's Database Need More Security?

October 31st, 2007 by Pete

Does Oracle's Database Need More Security? by Sean Michael Kerner

"Four times a year Oracle releases its Critical Patch Update (CPU), which often reveals database flaws numbering in the double digits. But for users who want to take additional steps to secure their Oracle databases, rather than wait for the quarterly CPU, there are other options.

This week, database security vendor Sentrigo will release an update to Hedgehog, a security solution that defends against unauthenticated attacks launched against Oracle databases."

October 2007

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