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New Oracle security papers and Oracle forensics tool

April 20th, 2011 by Pete

David has released four new papers on Oracle security topics a few days ago. Two of the papers seem to be from his ill fated book on Oracle Forensics as they are labelled "chapter 3 - How attackers break in" and "chapter 4 - Preventing break ins" respectively but one is perhaps too short for a book.

The other two papers are on "Oracle data blocks" and "a forensic analysis of PL/SQL injection attacks in Oracle".

David has also released a new tool via his new company site V3rity which is free. The tool is a "Data block examiner for Oracle"

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