Oracle mending fences with security researchers

Monday, 29 May 2006, 12:42 AM EST

Oracle Corp. once marketed its database as "unbreakable," but security researcher David Litchfield has a lesser opinion of the software.

"God forbid that any of our critical national infrastructure runs on this product," he said recently on the widely read Bugtraq security mailing list. "Oops it does."

At InfoWorld.

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