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Posted Jul 16, 2009

New database security flaws facilitate data leaks according to Imperva

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From PublicTechnology.net]

The hacker attacks on Web sites in South Korea - which spilled over to selected US government sites last week - were almost certainly orchestrated by hackers sympathetic to North Korea, but the attacks could have been organized by anyone with a modest budget, says Imperva, the data security specialist.

A raft of Oracle security flaws - which were fixed on Wednesday of this week - are potentially serious and, as a result, Imperva, the data security specialist, is recommending that all users of Oracle's software products should patch their applications without delay.

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