Black Hat, Back with the Hackers

    Date23 Feb 2007
    Posted ByBill Keys
    What's in store for Black Hat next week? Then we've got new and better ways to snap your favorite database into itty-bitty pieces, including NGSS' David Litchfield presenting on Advanced Oracle Attack Techniques.

    David tells me we're going to be hearing about new Oracle attacks that didn't even make it to his most recent book, "The Oracle Hacker's Handbook." That includes such sins as advanced PL SQL injection, exploitation, cursor snarfing, defeating virtual private databases and indirect privilege escalation.

    For all you data seepage fans, there's Errata, with CEO Robert Graham set to show use of a tool they've cooked up to pick up all the supposedly trivial data you're seeping wirelessly or even wiredly

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