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Oracle contains multiple SQL injection vulnerabilities

Vulnerability Note VU#982109

Original Release Date: 2005-04-19 | Last Revised: 2005-04-29

Overview

Oracle Database Server versions 9i and 10g contain flaws that may allow SQL injection with privileges of the SYSDBA user.

Description

Oracle Database Server versions 9i and 10g are vulnerable to SQL injection. These flaws may allow a local attacker with the ability to create function definitions to execute procedures or SQL queries and updates on the vulnerable database application with SYSDBA privileges. The vulnerabilities are not platform specific.

Impact

A local attacker with the ability to create function definitions may be able to exploit SQL injection flaws in order to execute procedures or queries with the privileges of the SYSDBA user. In addition, any remotely accessible service that utilizes the flawed Oracle components may expose the vulnerabilities to a remote attacker.

Solution

Apply An Update

Oracle Critical Patch Update April 2005 contains information on fixes, updates, and workarounds.

Vendor Information

982109
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Oracle Corporation

Updated:  April 19, 2005

Status

  Vulnerable

Vendor Statement

No statement is currently available from the vendor regarding this vulnerability.

Vendor Information

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

Addendum

Oracle Critical Patch Update April 2005 contains information on fixes, updates, and workarounds.

If you have feedback, comments, or additional information about this vulnerability, please send us email.


CVSS Metrics

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Temporal N/A N/A
Environmental N/A

References

Credit

Thanks to Esteban Martínez Fayó for reporting this vulnerability.

This document was written by Ken MacInnis.

Other Information

CVE IDs: None
Severity Metric: 1.89
Date Public: 2005-04-12
Date First Published: 2005-04-19
Date Last Updated: 2005-04-29 18:17 UTC
Document Revision: 15

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