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Oracle have released a FAQ to counter the mod_plsql 0-day bug

February 5th, 2006 by Pete

Alex emailed me yesterday morning to let me know about a new FAQ released by Oracle on metalink about the recent 0-day bug in mod_plsql released by David Litchfield. The FAQ is here. Thanks also to Doug for emailing me to let me know about his post FAQ For Oracle PL/SQL Gateway Security Issue Released by David Litchfield which is about the same document but the link is slightly different on Metalink.

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