Oracle taken to task for time to fix vulnerabilities

Wednesday, 20 July 2005, 10:46 AM EST

The flaws vary in severity with three of the six classified by the firm as high risk, potentially allowing a remote attacker to compromise a server or overwrite files, according to advisories released by Red Database.

Oracle's behavior (in) not fixing critical security bugs for a long time--over 650 days--is not acceptable for their customers.

By Robert Lemos at SecurityFocus.

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