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Oracle Database Server contains several vulnerabilities

Vulnerability Note VU#316206

Original Release Date: 2004-09-01 | Last Revised: 2004-09-01


Several vulnerabilities exist in the Oracle Database Server and Listener. According the the Oracle Security Alert, exploitation of these vulnerabilities would require the attacker to have network access, but not a valid user account on the vulnerable system.


Oracle Database 10g Release 1 version, Oracle9i Database Server Release 2 versions and, Oracle9i Database Server Release 1 versions, and 9.0.4, and Oracle8i Database Server Release 3 version contain multiple vulnerabilities in the in the Database Server and Listener. In order to exploit these vulnerabilities an attacker would need to have network access to the vulnerable systems.


The complete impact of this vulnerabilities is not clear. Oracle has rated this issue as High. For more information about Oracle's severity ratings please see:


Apply the appropriate patch or upgrade as specified in the Oracle Security Alert #68 (pdf).

For sites that use Oracle's Collaboration Suite or E-Business Suite 11i, please see Oracle Security Alert #68 (pdf) for remediation instructions.

Vendor Information


Oracle Corporation Affected

Updated:  September 01, 2004



Vendor Statement

We have not received a statement from the vendor.

Vendor Information

The vendor has not provided us with any further information regarding this vulnerability.


Please see the Oracle Security Alert #68 (pdf).

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These vulnerabilities were discovered by several parties and reported in an Oracle Security Alert.

This document was written by Jason A Rafail.

Other Information

CVE IDs: None
Severity Metric: 24.68
Date Public: 2004-08-10
Date First Published: 2004-09-01
Date Last Updated: 2004-09-01 18:33 UTC
Document Revision: 14

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