Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com Copyright PeteFinnigan.com Ltd 2005, All rights reserved. All trademarks are the property of their respective owners and are hereby acknowledged tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001566.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com I talked recently about securing APEX and the different security angles that should be considered when securing data in application that is written using APEX and hosted in an Oracle database. There are multiple attack vectors from a web based....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001566.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 28/05/24 At 09:35 AM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z Can we Hack an Oracle APEX Application? tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001565.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com This is a thought experiment really but is possible to do with some efforts and in a more targeted way. I have coded in PL/SQL for around 29 years and it is one of my favourite languages along with C....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001565.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 08/05/24 At 11:20 AM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z Can We Add New Language Features to PL/SQL? tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001564.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com I had a conversation a few weeks ago with someone who asked me how to find a missing table when you have a wrapped PL/SQL file and cannot see the source code and you install it and it gives an....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001564.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 18/03/24 At 01:00 PM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z Locate an Error in Wrapped PL/SQL tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001563.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com Do you develop software in PL/SQL? I will show you in the next few minutes how you can learn to find security vulnerabilities in your PL/SQL code Even if the database that your PL/SQL is deployed to is secure then....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001563.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 06/03/24 At 09:45 AM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z Attention PL/SQL Programmers - is your PL/SQL at risk of breach? tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001562.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com How do you know how secure your Oracle databases are? How secure should your Oracle databases be? These are interesting questions that we will cover in this three part post. This first part is going to cover the high level....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001562.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 19/02/24 At 01:43 PM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z How to Secure all of Your Oracle Databases - Part 1 tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001561.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com My company PeteFinnigan.com Limited is 21 years old today!! It seems that time has gone so fast. When I started the company my oldest son was a baby and now he is almost 22 years old and works here in....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001561.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 12/02/24 At 11:28 AM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z Happy 21st Birthday to PeteFinnigan.com Limited tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001560.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com I have liked APEX for many years and been involved in auditing and securing Oracle databases that include APEX for many years. What surprises me sometimes is that those deploying and developing an APEX application treat it like a box....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001560.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 29/01/24 At 03:35 PM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z Securing APEX tag:www.petefinnigan.com,2024-06-19:%2Fweblog%2Farchives%2F00001559.htm Pete Finnigan pete\@petefinnigan.com I have investigated a number of possible and later proved data breaches in Oracle databases over the years and more recently just before Christmas I was doing the same again for a client. I cannot talk about any specifics of....<a href="http://www.petefinnigan.com/weblog/archives/00001559.htm">[Read More]</a> <p>Posted by Pete On 23/01/24 At 02:35 PM</p> 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z Investigate an Oracle Database Breach XML::Atom::SimpleFeed 2024-06-19T13:37:26Z PeteFinnigan.com's weblog is the only weblog dedicated to Oracle security. Pete Finnigan's Oracle security weblog