Multiple vulnerabilities exist in numerous Oracle products. The impacts of these vulnerabilities are varied and may include remote execution of arbitrary code, the diclosure of sensitive information, and denial-of-service conditions.
Multiple vulnerabilities exist in numerous Oracle products including:
According to public reports, many of the vulnerabilities that affect the Oracle HTTP Server, which is strongly based on Apache HTTP Server, have been publicly known for some time.
For more details concerning vulnerabilities and the conditions necessary to exploit them, please refer to the Oracle Critical Patch Update for April 2005.
The complete impact of these issues vary depending on the particular application and vulnerability being attacked. Potential consequences may include the remote execution of arbitrary code, disclosure of sensitive information, and denial-of-service conditions. Database compromises may result in the diclosure of sensitive personal information, such as credit card numbers, social security numbers, and health and patient information.
- http://www.oracle.com/technology/deploy/security/pdf/public_vuln_to_advisory_mapping.html .
Thanks to Alexander Kornbrust of Red Database Security for helping us with these issues. This document is based on information contained in the Oracle Critical Patch Update for April 2005 Oracle credits NGS Software Ltd. Integrigy , and Application Security, Inc
This document was written by Jeff Gennari.
|Date First Published:||2005-04-27|
|Date Last Updated:||2005-04-28 13:54 UTC|