Oracle Update Fixes Security Flaws

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Database maker Oracle has corrected a number of security bugs with its latest quarterly update.

Oracle has released a new critical patch with several vulnerabilities simultaneously announced and fixed. Various versions of Oracle products, including its database, application server and 11i E-Business Suite, are part of this latest update. According to the security company Integrigy, “A number of high-risk SQL injection and parameter manipulation security vulnerabilities in the Oracle E-Business Suite are corrected by the security patches released.”

View patch details on Metalink. (You will need your own metalink logins.)

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