Oracle blasted over reverse-engineering crackdown

Doug Woodburn
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Updated: Oracle's tough new stance on end users and consultants who run security checks on its code has been questioned by one analyst

A clampdown by Oracle on customers and consultants who "reverse engineer" its code in a bid to find security vulnerabilities has been forcefully criticised by one analyst. In a blog post (which has...

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