Oracle patches 65 holes with security round

Wednesday, 19 July 2006, 9:42 AM EST

Oracle has issued 65 fixes for a wide range of software products as part of its quarterly security release, called the Critical Patch Update.

The patches, released Tuesday, address problems in the company's database, application server, and e-business suite products, among others, said Darius Wiles, manager of Oracle Security Alerts. More information on the patches can be found here.

At InfoWorld.

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