Researcher cancels Oracle zero-day bug exposure campaign

Wednesday, 29 November 2006, 10:45 AM EST

"We have 0days [zero-day bugs] for all database software vendors but Oracle is "The #1 Star" when talking about lots of unpatched vulnerabilities and not caring about security," the company originally said on its website.

The page on Tuesday was updated. The original text was struck out and above it a notice explained that the event was suspended "due to many problems." The company declined to comment further.

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