Security guru lays into database vendors

Monday, 7 August 2006, 4:41 PM EST

Noted security researcher David Litchfield has again panned the state of database security, revealing another clutch of vulnerabilities in the software of a major vendor.

In his address at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas last week, he released details of more than 20 holes that he and his researchers at U.K.-based Next Generation Security Software had uncovered in IBM's Informix database family.

At InfoWorld.

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