November 29th, 2001 11:18 AM
Larry Elisson has allways had a big mouth (like Steve Jobs)and somehow he has proven himself many times.
November 29th, 2001 04:43 PM
The problem is, now that he has claimed that, hackers are gonna be trying to break in all the time, and sooner or later, a weakness is going to be found.
November 29th, 2001 05:17 PM
oracle don't mek me laugh
it is a unwritten rule that there are ALWAYS holes in any kind of security...
If not it will be useless software... since it won't do what it is supposed to...
^-- Sorry can't make it clearer...
But I think the real ponit is.. CEO's claim **** like that all the time..
Remember Bill gates claiming an increase in speed....
Less reboots per hour and stuff like that....
I crash XP on a daily bases.... And it's not even my fault...
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November 30th, 2001 12:02 AM
hehehe telling the public "we are invincible or unbreakabe and asking hackers to try to hack them" is like saying " hey every one, i have a g-string, **** me up my arse if u can!"
November 30th, 2001 12:41 AM
I think since then, his systems have been hacked thousands of times. He probably just paid them off to keep their mouths shut. It's really not wise to claim the impossible...
November 30th, 2001 12:52 AM
i agree. you can't promise customers (or at least, shouldn't) something that your company can't offer. There's not a computer that is 100% "unhackable" and claiming that a particular piece of software actualy is just encourages people to do so.