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When it comes to SQL Server authentication brute-force attack vulnerability, the situation is not so favorable. SQL Server Authentication has no features that allow detecting when the system is under a brute-force attack. Moreover, SQL Server is very responsive when it comes to validating the SQL Server authentication credentials. It can easily handle repeated, aggressive, brute-force login attempts without negative overall performance that might indicate such attacks. This means that the SQL Server Authentication is a perfect target for password cracking via brute-force attacks

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Also, brute-force methods are evolving with each newly introduced encryption and password complexity method. For example, attackers that use rainbow tables (the pre-computed tables for reversing the cryptographic hash values for every possible combination of characters) can easily and quickly crack any hashed password

An AOP customer wrote us that when opening a PDF in a Modal Dialog the spinning icon didn't disappear automatically anymore in Oracle APEX 21.1, whereas it did before. I created a use case but saw it not only affects the AOP process but any file you want to open in the Modal Dialog. With previous versions of APEX, this didn't happen, but with APEX 21.1 the Modal Dialog keeps showing the spinning icon.Here's an animated gif that shows the use case:I created two use cases; both buttons redirect to a modal page in the app.On the modal page behind the "View File" button, there's a before header process which gets a BLOB (PDF) from the database and displays it inline.On the modal page behind the "AOP Modal" button, there's a before header AOP process which generates a PDF of a classic report on the fly.To work around the issue, I added a dynamic action on the page where the buttons are defined; on click of the button, it will execute the following JavaScript code:setTimeout(function() $('.ui-dialog--apex.t-Dialog-page--standard .ui-dialog-content').addClass('js-dialogReady'); , 2000);After waiting 2000 milliseconds (2 seconds) it will add the js-dialogReady CSS class, which tells the icon to hide.Hope it will help you in case you need to remove the spinning icon from your modal dialog.

Ondrej Krehel, CISSP, CEH, CEI, EnCE, is the founder and principal of LIFARS LLC, an international cybersecurity and digital forensics firm. He's the former Chief Information Security Officer of Identity Theft 911, the nation's premier identity theft recovery and data breach management service. He previously conducted forensics investigations and managed the cyber security department at Stroz Friedberg and the Loews Corporation. With two decades of experience in computer security and digital forensics, he has launched investigations into a broad range of IT security matters, from hacker attacks to data breaches to intellectual property theft. His work has received attention from CNN, Reuters, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times, among many others.

Hi Mike,just downloaded the 20190823 version of autoupgrade.jar.During analyze run I got the error UPG-1316.In the log file:2019-09-10 13:26:42.400 ERROR============================ check info ============================[LXTOID2][DISK_SPACE_FOR_RECOVERY_AREA][ERROR]============================ check info ======================================================= trace start ==============================Exception: IOExceptionErr message: Unable to determine the amount of usable free space available on +lxtoid2_fra_dgoracle.upgrade.commons.helpers.Utilities.getUsableSpace($

can you try creating a GRP by yourself, and drop it afterwards?Can you check parameters db_recovery_file_dest_size and db_recovery_file_dest?Do you use upg1.restoration=NO explicitly, or do you run with the default assuming that the database in in ARCHIVELOG mode?And finally, do you have an SR open where we can check the logs?


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