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Oracle in the Crosshairs for Week of Exploits

November 22nd, 2006 by Pete


Oracle in the Crosshairs for Week of Exploits - By Sean Michael Kerner

"Oracle database users take heed: December may be a tough month. A security researcher is warning of a week of Oracle database bugs.

The revelation comes after Oracle's recent quarterly patch cycle for its namesake database. It typically yields double-digits' worth of fixes for security flaws. For example, Oracle released an update at the end of October for some 63 flaws in Oracle databases. But even more flaws are lurking that have not yet been disclosed, according to Cesar Cerrudo, founder and CEO of the Argeniss Security Research Team. Now, he's taking up the cause."


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