118 out of 121 Oracle E-Business suite vulnerabilities "remotely exploitable"

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Macaulay Culkin expresses his shock at the sheer number and severity of Oracle security patches this month. Image: Home Alone, Twentieth Century Fox
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Macaulay Culkin expresses his shock at the sheer number and severity of Oracle security patches this month. Image: Home Alone, Twentieth Century Fox

Oracle: Can't break it, can't break in - these 270 security vulnerabilities notwithstanding

Oracle has released a massive critical patch update covering a total of 270 new security vulnerabilities, with Oracle E-Business Suite the focus of 121 of them. The quarterly Critical Patch Update Advisory...

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