DBMS_ASSERT can be used to prevent PL/SQL injection. In certain cases it can be bypassed. This is documented in a paper I wrote in July 2008 but am only publishing now: http://www.databasesecurity.com/oracle/Bypassing-DBMS_ASSERT.pdf Cheers, David Litchfield NGSSoftware Ltd http://www.ngssoftware.com/
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