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Oracle October CPU pre-release analysis

October 13th, 2007 by Pete


I saw yesterday that Steve Kost had put up a pre-analysis of the October CPU. This is a useful read and the page is titled "Critical Patch Update October 2007 Pre-Release Analysis". The most interesting thing to watch for are the 5 database remotely exploitable without authentication bugs / fixes. These should make the patch be mandatory to apply quickly.

There has been 4 Comments posted on this article


October 15th, 2007 at 10:22 am

seydon says:

Hello
Do You know (testing), is patched bug, describing in Your blog "07/24/2007: "First exploit released for CPU July 2007""??



October 15th, 2007 at 11:19 am

Pete says:

Thanks for your comment, I am very sorry but i don't understand your point?

cheers

Pete



October 16th, 2007 at 07:40 am

seydon says:

:-)))
Bad, bad English... sorry.
I mean, in CPU July 2007 was a bug, that was describing in your blog “07/24/2007: "First exploit released for CPU July 2007". End my question is: in October CPU this bug is fixed, or not?
I have not test environment and can’t test it. In product environment CPU may be applied for month or later.



October 16th, 2007 at 09:35 am

Pete says:

Hi,

Thanks for your further reply, i now understand your question. The short answer is that i don't know as I don't work in Oracle so don't have the inside track on whats exactly fixed. I would hope that the fix is included though.

cheers

Pete


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