The July security release includes fixes for 23 Oracle products and addresses issues which include remote code execution flaws. The company is recommending that administrators install the update as soon as possible.
Among the applications which have received fixes for remote code flaws are Oracle's Times Ten server and client as well as its HTTP server offerings. The company also issued fixes for remote attack vulnerabilities in Internet Directory, Portal and Hyperion Bl plus.
One of Oracle's latest acquisitions, BEA, was the recipient of seven of the security fixes. The company's WebLogic software received fixes for seven vulnerabilities, four of which could be remotely launched.
Other products receiving patches in the update include the flagship Oracle Database package, which received thirteen security fixes, though none was for a flaw which could be remotely targeted by an attacker.
The PeopleSoft Peopletools software also received updates for non-remote security vulnerabilities, as did the Enterprise Manager package, which received two patches.
Oracle issues security fixes
By Shaun Nichols on Jul 17, 2008 3:12PM