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Interview with SearchSecurity about Slavik's new Fuzzor

February 5th, 2009 by Pete


yesterday I was interviewed by Erin Kelly of SearchSecurity.com about Slavik's new Oracle Fuzzor that I mentioned here yesterday in a post titled "New version of Fuzzor available". The interview is :

Database security software vendor Sentrigo Inc. released a new open source fuzzing tool, FuzzOr, designed to identify vulnerabilities found in Oracle database software applications.

With FuzzOr, Sentrigo aimed to create a tool that would allow database administrators and programmers to test PL/SQL applications for security vulnerabilities, said Slavik Markovich, co-founder and chief technology officer of Sentrigo.


The complete article is titled "Fuzzing tool helps Oracle DBAs defend against SQL injection" by Erin Kelly

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