Oracle security easily bypassed, warns researcher

July 26, 2005

[From Techworld]

The standard encryption mechanism used in Oracle's databases can be easily circumvented, according to a German security researcher who last week published details of a number of unpatched security holes in Oracle products.

Security expert Alexander Kornbrust will give a presentation at the Black Hat 2005 security conference later this week showing how Oracle's encryption can be broken.

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