Polish firm Security Explorations and its CEO Adam Gowdiak continue to be the a thorn in Oracle's side by repeatedly questioning the giant's decision not to issue an out-of-band patch for a critical Java flaw in Java SE (Standard Edition) 5, 6 and 7.
Oracle’s Critical Patch Update for October 2012 patches 109 vulnerabilities across hundreds of Oracle products.
Oracle announced Oracle Solaris 11.1, delivering over 300 new performance and feature enhancements.
Oracle announced the availability of the Release Candidate for MySQL 5.6, the popular open source database.
When Oracle finally patched the CVE-2012-4681 Java 0-day that was being actively exploited in the wild, Polish firm Security Explorations immediately piped up to say they found a similar one that could very soon put Java users in danger again.
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