Tag Archive | "Oracle"


03 April 2014 | 614 views

Oracle Java Cloud Service Vulnerabilities Publicly Disclosed

Security researches from the Polish firm Security Explorations have released a massive slew of PoC code and technical details on 30 Oracle Java Cloud Service Vulnerabilities. It seems like they had already reported them to Oracle, but weren’t happy with how things were handled, so have decided to go public with the weaknesses. They gave [...]

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17 July 2009 | 13,206 views

bsqlbf v2.3 Released – Blind SQL Injection Brute Forcing Tool

This perl script allows extraction of data from Blind SQL Injections. It accepts custom SQL queries as a command line parameter and it works for both integer and string based injections. We reported bsqlbf when it first hit the net back in April 2006 with bsqlbf v1.1, then the v2.0 update in June 2008. This [...]

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27 June 2008 | 24,758 views

Bsqlbf V2 – Blind SQL Injection Brute Forcer Tool

There are quite a lot of SQL Injection Tools available and now there is one more to add to the stable for testing – Bsqlbf V2, which is a Blind SQL Injection Brute Forcer. The original tool (bsqlbfv1.2-th.pl) was intended to exploit blind sql injection against a mysql backend database, this new version supports blind [...]

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06 August 2007 | 19,124 views

Inguma – Penetration Testing Toolkit

Inguma is a penetration testing toolkit entirely written in python. The framework includes modules to discover hosts, gather information about, fuzz targets, brute force user names and passwords and, of course, exploits for many products. Inguma the word is the name of a Basque’s mythological spirit who kills people while sleeping and, also, the one [...]

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24 November 2006 | 3,876 views

Oracle MEGA Patch Fixes 101 Security Bugs

Oracle in its very own style recently published a mega patch, it could be called the mother of all patches. Actually 101 bugs…the scary part is 45 can be exploited remotely. Oracle published the mother of all security patches containing 101 fixes for flaws in its database, application server, E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft and JD [...]

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01 June 2006 | 3,886 views

My SQL2005 Diary – Part 2

So over a month down the line, our SQL2005 upgrade project should now be in the workable prototype stage. But as with all things that “should” be(More security in IE, Great Britain ruling the world and my kitchen being fitted), it’s not, it’s not even close. On top of this our company is currently undergoing [...]

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27 April 2006 | 12,637 views

Oracle Releases a Default Password Scanner

Oracle is getting serious with security? Again..? Oracle Corp. has published a collection of software patches that address security vulnerabilities in a range of the company’s products, including its database and application server software. As part of this update, it also released a tool designed to ferret out commonly used default passwords that theoretically could [...]

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11 April 2006 | 3,966 views

Oracle on the Quest for ‘Secure Search’ – Rival for Google Desktop?

A competitor for our buddy Google Desktop perhaps? ORACLE, the world’s third- biggest software maker, has begun selling software that allows users to search only personal data on their work computers such as email, word documents and calendar appointments. Chief executive Larry Ellison says the California company’s new search program “is one of the biggest [...]

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29 March 2006 | 8,875 views

My SQL2005 Diary – Part1

At the place I pretend to work, the time has come that most developers equally fear and love, upgrade time. We’ve been using MSSQL2000 for 90% of our work for about 4 years now, and it’s served us well, but when a change as big as 2005 server comes along, you have to make the [...]

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20 March 2006 | 4,374 views

Whos is tonyenkiducx? Who the hell are you?

Im a tinkerer. I can’t say I’m expert in anything more than ASP and MSSQL, but I make a point of playing and learning anything new and wanky. I’ve tweaked dBase, fiddled with Python, installed Apache, destroyed MS2003 server, plugged in SUN boxes, screamed at VisualStudio, urinated on Fedora, set fire too Game Maker, avoided [...]

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