Patching Oracle, IBM For The Holiday

Thursday Dec 23rd 2004 by Staff

A variety of flaws in leading database products need fixing; some also affect Oracle's application server.


Security experts at U.K.-based Next Generation Security Software brought tidings of security vulnerabilities in Oracle and IBM software in time for the Christmas holiday.

But both companies have issued patches and fixes to correct the issues.

The firm pointed to vulnerabilities in Oracle's Application Server and Database Server that may allow an intruder to gain unwanted access privileges. It also said IBM's DB2 Universal Database also suffers from buffer overflow flaws.

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