Oracle accidentally releases exploit code

Tuesday, 11 April 2006, 4:48 PM EST

Oracle appears to have accidentally released details about an unpatched security vulnerability in its database software, including sample code that could be used to exploit the problem. Details of the vulnerability were published last Thursday in a note that was briefly posted to Oracle's Metalink customer support portal.

At InfoWorld.

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