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patch set 10.1.0.5 does not include latest security fixes!

February 2nd, 2006 by Pete


The patch set 10.1.0.5 released yesterday does not include the latest security fixes released in the January Critical Patch Update 2006. This metalink note confirms this. To make matters worse it is also mentioned that the Jan 2006 CPU is not available for 10.1.0.5 until February 10th.

his makes it impossible for anyone to seriously contemplate applying this upgrade until at least February 10th especially due to the bug DB18 having exploit code available for it.

Out of interest there are also still some platforms that do not have CPU Jan 2006 available for them yet. Thanks to Alex for this information.

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