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Week of Oracle zero-days planned

November 23rd, 2006 by Pete


Week of Oracle zero-days planned

"Database security researcher Cesar Cerrudo is taking a page out of the MetaSploit Project playbook, annoucing that his company, Argeniss Information Security, will publish a previously unknown (zero-day) vulnerability for Oracle databases each day for the first week in December, according to a message posted on the Argeniss Web site."

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