Oracle now giving early notice of security updates

Friday, 12 January 2007, 1:30 AM EST

Oracle has taken a cue from Microsoft and started giving its customers an early warning of what they can expect from upcoming security patch releases.

On Thursday, Oracle published its first-ever Critical Patch Update Pre-Release Announcement, detailing what it plans to fix in its next set of patches, due Tuesday. The advance notification will make it easier for Oracle's customers to plan their week ahead, said Darius Wiles, senior manager of Oracle Security Alerts.

At ARNnet.

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