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Re: Crack Oracle SYSTEM Passwords like a peanut!

From: Noons <>
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2007 17:18:41 -0700
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On Aug 1, 9:48 am, joel garry <> wrote:

> I was present at the discussion Dan refers to, in this case I don't
> think it was a smear, just a recitation of a series of unfortunate
> events. But I agree, in general such things are not something to be
> propagated. Dan isn't really giving any detail that couldn't be
> inferred from usenet postings, other than the firing from Oracle - and
> given some of the slander the idiot has spewed in the past about
> others, even if it weren't true, he could hardly complain. In general
> in the US, HR departments won't go beyond merely confirming someone
> worked somewhere, because they don't want the liability that would
> arise from either saying they were fired - employee sues - or not
> saying they were fired - next employer getting reference sues.
> Of course, one is free to disbelieve either Dan or myself.

of course not! ;-)
we also have the case of the "groupie" here a while ago who proceeded to heap crap on everyone here, based on "corporate inside information" and all sorts of other innuendo.
without so much as a single bleep from the Oracle regulars, of course: it would be below their status to publicly support anyone who doesn't toe the official line...

I just don't like to see the "corporate opinion" being bandied in any instance: in almost all cases it's based on hearsay, no facts and just plain mud-slinging by some crap middle manager with an imaginary axe to grind.

This is not to be taken in any way shape or format as my agreement to what this daoud imbecile keeps doing.

Just plain ignore him and his rants, not worth chasing up. Regularly, let's just post a warning to newbies that what he says is nonsense and leave it at that. Received on Tue Jul 31 2007 - 19:18:41 CDT

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