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Posted Oct 29, 2003

Unauthorized Access to Restricted Content in Oracle Files

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From Oracle Technology Network]

A potential security vulnerability has been discovered in the Oracle Files component that ships with Oracle Collaboration Suite Release 1. A knowledgeable and malicious user of Oracle Files can potentially access restricted content. In the Oracle Files component that ships with Oracle Collaboration Suite Release 1, Oracle WebCache has default cacheability rules for the following types of files: js, html, pdf, bmp/png, and jpg/jpeg. Releases previous to Oracle Files Release 9.0.3.3.6 did not override these cacheability rules. Interactions with the Oracle Files component and these rules can lead to the unauthorized access of restricted content by any user of Oracle Files.

Products Affected:

  • Oracle Files Release 9.0.3.1.x
  • Oracle Files Release 9.0.3.2.0
  • Oracle Files Release 9.0.3.3.x

NOTE: Oracle Files Release 9.0.4.1.x and later releases are not affected. Ebusiness Suite is not affected.

The article continues at http://otn.oracle.com/deploy/security/pdf/2003alert60.pdf



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