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Posted Tuesday, July 6, 2004 2:30 PM


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Posted Thursday, July 29, 2004 4:03 AM
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My pleasure!  Great product! 

 




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This product is from the same guys who discovered a bunch of vulnerabilities in Oracle and SQL Server. From when my company was looking at it, it's worth the dough.

On a secondary note... had the chance to hear David Litchfield of NGS talk at Black Hat on Wednesday. David worked through a secondary SQL Injection attack on Oracle... he couldn't do the talk he had prepared because Oracle hasn't provided the patches to the public yet.

These guys know their stuff and it shows in their products.


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Thanks for the review. It's nice to know that there are alternatives to AppDetective, which doesn't even support SQL 2005 yet.
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Posted Monday, May 15, 2006 7:29 AM
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Actually, I sent a query to the folks at NGS and it turns out that NGSSquirrel does not yet officially support SQL 2005. It will probably be another two months before SQL 2005 support is announced.
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