Oracle patches WebLogic Server flaw hackers are actively exploiting in the wild

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Tells users to install the updates as early as possible

Oracle has released a security update to fix a weakness in WebLogic servers that is being actively exploited in the wild to hijack users' systems. According to Oracle, this critical remote code ...

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