Important information can be found in database source code, therefore it is critical to protect them from abuse.
PFCL Obfuscate as a toolkit is used to secure PL/SQL code. The idea of obfuscation is to make it hard for someone to steal the Intellectual Property held in your database source code written in PL/SQL.
Obfuscation is intended to remove the meaning from the source code without removing the functionallity. So your code becomes hard to read and understand but still works in exactly the same way as before.
PFCL Obfuscate also allows you to add license type features to your PL/SQL. This means that you can enable a license file that specifies such things as start dates and end dates to control how long and where your customers or employees can run your PL/SQL code.
If you are interested how PFCL Obfuscate works, you are kindly invited to join Pete Finnigan, one of the most well known experts in Oracle database security, at his live demo.
Webinar "PFCL Obfuscate - Protect Your PL/SQL" will take place on Wednesday, 17th November 2021, at 10:00 a.m., CET.
Webinar is free of charge.
Looking forward to meeting you online.
Kristina Ober, CMO, Smart Com
Online srečanje IT kluba na temo »Kako se hitrejše in učinkoviteje odzvati na skrite in neznane varnostne incidente?«, ki smo organizirali skupaj s podjetjem Palsit d. o. o., je presegel naša pričakovanja. Z webinarjem, ki ga je izvedel Matjaž Katarinčič, vodja tehnološkega področja kibernetska varnost na Smart Comu, smo nagovorili več kot 130 zainteresiranih IT strokovnjakov in tako dodatno razširili krog sogovornikov. Poleg zanimive vsebine je za takšen rezultat zaslužna tudi Palsitova ekipa, ki je odlično promovirala online srečanje in ga tehnično tudi izvedla.
Nebojša Stankić, Zebra Systems s.r.o.
I would like to thank all the interesting and well known participants for joining and ofcourse the organizers, Palsit d.o.o. Usually, when people attend online workshops they leave faster than they come. The common theme is boring and at worst confusing. I don't want to brag (too much). But this workshop was critical and fruitful. What made it sooo good? What brought it to that level of yum? Here's what made it a great experience: The atmosphere was ….Ol' fashioned. That's right… Tech guys (and gals) sitting in a round table discussion, talking the old fashioned way. · Real conversation · Mutual respect · Positive energy We had jokes, analogies, and stories that connected all of us. I'm really looking forward to the next event. Thank you all for making it an online event to remember.