Security flaws found in Oracle software

Tuesday, 3 August 2004, 11:35 AM EST

Oracle is working on patches for a series of flaws that have been found in its database software that could allow malicious hackers to steal personal details.

The holes in current and previous versions of the company's database software could allow intruders to gain control of databases without needing a password or user authentication.

The flaws were identified by UK security firm Next Generation Security Software.

By Emma Nash at vnunet.

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