Oracle fixes 101 flaws

October 18, 2006

[From SearchSecurity.com]

Oracle released its quarterly critical patch update (CPU) Tuesday, fixing 101 flaws across the company's product line. Attackers could exploit 45 of them from remote locations without a username or password.

"The most severe issues are SQL injection and buffer overflow vulnerabilities," said Amichai Shulman, CTO of Foster City, Calif.-based Imperva Inc., a data security firm.

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