Oracle addresses 334 security vulnerabilities in Q1 Critical Patch Update

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Oracle patches, sir, 'undreds of 'em. Image copyright Diamond Films/Paramount Pictures
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Oracle patches, sir, 'undreds of 'em. Image copyright Diamond Films/Paramount Pictures

Oracle issues another monster collection of security patches - and urges users to update ASAP, if they know what's good for them

Oracle released its January 2020 quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU) on Wednesday, addressing a total of 334 security flaws and bugs across the breadth of its product family. In a pre-release announcement,...

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