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"hello Svan"
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"Hello Sven! I would like to know how to protect SQL injection hacking."
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About Me:
Oracle DBA (OCP 8i-11g), Trainer
Interests+Skills: Oracle Security, Tuning, Linux
My Blog:
http://sven.svenvetter.com
My Website:
http://sven.svenvetter.com/sven/ueber_mich/

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At 2:52am on October 5, 2009, HighLander, Nathan Dhital said…
hello Svan
At 12:57am on September 25, 2009, HighLander, Nathan Dhital said…
Hello Sven! I would like to know how to protect SQL injection hacking.
At 6:38am on July 28, 2008, Rajeeb Dutta said…
Dear Sir,
This is Rajeeb from Kolkata,India, I want to learn Oracle and want to become a DBA, i need your full support about how to master Oracle? Do help me by teaching and guiding with the tutorials and learning tools.
Hoping your kind co-operation.
Thanks,
Your's Sincerely,
Rajeeb Dutta.
At 5:43am on July 27, 2008, Shivmohan Purohit said…
Hello Friend
need your advise / feedback on my new initiative on oracle related blog...

http://knoworacle.wordpress.com/

thanks
Shiv
At 5:00pm on April 19, 2008, HighLander, Nathan Dhital said…
Hello! Hello!! Do u get anything tangible for being #1000 member in the community, or just well wishes LOL.

Bu thank you Mr. European HighLander, SVEN==I was born in High Himalaya, about 12ooo ft high so I name myself as nick name HighLander

Nathan Dhital
Tampa, Florida, US
At 11:09pm on March 2, 2008, Mirko Hotzy said…
Is this platform stored somewhere in asia or australia? System-time is nearly 23 hours back.

But that is just an unimportant detail.

Best regards,

Mirko
At 9:31pm on March 2, 2008, Mirko Hotzy said…
Hello Sven,

echt cool Deine Community :-). Scheint nun als müsse ich mir nun auch einen Blog anlegen

Gruß,

Mirko
At 1:45pm on March 2, 2008, Yann Neuhaus said…
Thanks for the tip about this community :-)
At 9:01pm on March 1, 2008, Surachart Opun said…
Hello Sven Vetter ;)

I like your "welcome message".
At 6:28pm on March 1, 2008, Eddie Awad said…
Hi Sven, welcome to our Oracle Community!
 
 
 

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