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Oracle plugs severe security holes that put systems at hijack risk

Lucian Constantin | Oct. 17, 2013
The company patched vulnerabilities affecting Java, its databases, enterprise applications and middleware

"In order to address efficiently such a large patch release with over 120 vulnerabilities, we recommend working in the following sequence: Java first, as it is the most attacked software in this release, then vulnerabilities on services that are exposed to the Internet, such as Weblogic, HTTP and others," Wolfgang Kandek, CTO of vulnerability management firm Qualys, said Tuesday in a blog post. "Hopefully your databases are not directly exposed to the Internet, which should give you more time to bring them to the latest patch levels."


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