Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Oracle released a quarterly patch set, 128 patches

Oracle yesterday released a big quarterly patch set, consisting of 128 individual patches for nearly one hundred products of the company.

According to the Oracle, four patches are for the flagship DBMS Oracle, all of which allow remote execution and represent a critical danger as they allow an attacker to obtain data on the server without the need to enter login and password.

Another 29 patches are for various products Oracle Fusion Middleware, 22 of which can be used remotely without the proper authentication server. Affected products include GoldenGate Veridata, JRockit, Webcenter and Weblogic. For application servers Corporation also manufactures a wide range of fixes: patches will be released for E-Business Suite (6 patches), Supply Chain Products Suite (3 patches), PeopleSoft (11 patches) and Oracle Siebel CRM (8 patches).

The other 25 patches are designed to open the DBMS MySQL, although only one of them closes the vulnerability which can be used remotely. Also, Oracle reported that patches undergo the GlassFish server and the operating system Solaris.

Separately, Oracle released a fix for Java SE, which covers another 42 vulnerabilities.

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